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Fading Gigolo

FADING GIGOLO

OUT ON DVD & BLU RAY SEPTEMBER 29TH

Running time: 89 Minutes // Certificate: 15 // DVD £15.99 / BR £19.99

Featuring an all-star cast, this sophisticated and hilarious comedy tells the story of New York book store owner Murray (Woody Allen) who manages to convince his friend Fioravante (John Turturro, God’s Pocket) that there is a fortune to be made by becoming a professional gigolo.

Acting as his pimp, Murray secures Fioravante’s first clients, the beautiful dermatologist Dr Parker (Sharon Stone, Lovelace) and her seductive best friend (Sofia Vergara, Modern Family). As his popularity among the rich and lonely women of New York City grows, love unexpectedly gets in the way and that’s when Fioravante’s problems start to begin…

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