Lunchtime Movie Review

Just a Gigolo (Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo) (1978)

Episode #185

United Artists Classics released Just a Gigolo on November 16, 1978. David Hemmings directed the film starring David Bowie, Sydne Rome, and Kim Novak.

‘Just a Gigolo’ Plot Summary

Just a Gigolo takes place just after World War I. When a war hero returns home to Berlin, he finds that there’s no place for him. Since he has no skills (other than what he learned in the army), he can only find menial, low-paying jobs. So, he decides to become a gigolo to lonely rich women.

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United Artists Classics released Just a Gigolo on November 16, 1978. David Hemmings directed the film starring David Bowie, Sydne Rome, and Kim Novak.

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