Sugar Daddy ★★★

65/100

It offers an interesting account of how a young woman seeks to maintain her identity and dreams when the way in which she gets money to support herself is with something that makes her an object.

The story may be simplistic at certain points, but I think it's more than anything because of the notorious imbalance that exists between the life that she leads in that line of work, and how it affects her artistic work.

Internal and external moral dilemmas are a crucial part of the film and it doesn't come off very well in everything, but it provokes the debate, and that ends up being decisive for the better functioning of the whole thing.