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''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011) is a, Australian film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.

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''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011) is a, an Australian film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.


Lucy (Browning) is a college student constantly looking for work. One day, she answers an ad in the school newspaper, which leads her down a rabbit hole of strange prostitution and absolute discretion. Based mainly on short story HouseOfTheSleepingBeauties, and less on the Disney film of the same name.

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Lucy (Browning) is a college student constantly looking for work. One day, she answers an ad in the school newspaper, which leads her down a rabbit hole of strange prostitution and absolute discretion. Based mainly on short story HouseOfTheSleepingBeauties, ''Literature/HouseOfTheSleepingBeauties'', and less on the Disney film of the same name.

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''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011) is a film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.

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''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011) is a a, Australian film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.



* {{Squick}}: The opening sequence is meant to invoke this in viewers, as well as Lucy's experiences as the titular sleeping beauty.


* DudeShesLikeInAComa: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.

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* DudeShesLikeInAComa: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film. Notably, in this case, there are supposed to be "rules" with how the clients interact with the main character: the clients are allowed to do whatever they want with the main character's body while she's sedated, with the stipulation that they cannot leave any marks on her and cannot penetrate her (though this goes disturbingly unspecified).


''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011)

A film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.

Lucy (Browning) is a college student constantly looking for work. One day, she answers an ad in the school newspaper, which leads her down a rabbit hole of strange prostitution and absolute discretion. Based mainly on short story {{House of the Sleeping Beauties}}, and less on the Disney film of the same name.

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''Sleeping Beauty'' (2011)

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(2011) is a film by author Julia Leigh, starring Creator/EmilyBrowning.

Creator/EmilyBrowning.

Lucy (Browning) is a college student constantly looking for work. One day, she answers an ad in the school newspaper, which leads her down a rabbit hole of strange prostitution and absolute discretion. Based mainly on short story {{House of the Sleeping Beauties}}, HouseOfTheSleepingBeauties, and less on the Disney film of the same name.



[[AC: This film provides examples of]]:
* {{The Alcoholic}}: Birdmann may qualify, if pouring vodka in his cereal rather than milk is any indication.
* {{Dude Shes Like In A Coma}}: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.
* {{Ill Girl}}: Gender-Inverted. Lucy's only close friend Birdmann is suffering from an illness that is never made clear.
* {{Platonic Life Partners}}: Lucy and Birdmann, though Birdmann seems to wish things were less platonic.
* {{Shes Got Legs}}: Lucy invokes this in all of her outfits.

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* {{The Alcoholic}}: TheAlcoholic: Birdmann may qualify, if pouring vodka in his cereal rather than milk is any indication.
* {{Dude Shes Like In A Coma}}: DudeShesLikeInAComa: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.
* {{Ill Girl}}: Gender-Inverted. IllGirl: Gender-inverted. Lucy's only close friend Birdmann friend, Birdmann, is suffering from an illness that is never made clear.
* {{Platonic Life Partners}}: PlatonicLifePartners: Lucy and Birdmann, though Birdmann seems to wish things were less platonic.
* {{Shes Got Legs}}: ShesGotLegs: Lucy invokes this in all of her outfits.



* {{Unproblematic Prostitution}}: Lucy tries to invoke this.

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* {{Unproblematic Prostitution}}: UnproblematicProstitution: Lucy tries to invoke this.


* {{Woman in White}}: Lucy in lingerie work, especially given that she's the only woman there in white.


* {{Ill Girl}}: Subverted, in that it's an Ill Guy; Lucy's only close friend Birdmann is suffering from an illness that is never made clear.

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* {{Ill Girl}}: Subverted, in that it's an Ill Guy; Gender-Inverted. Lucy's only close friend Birdmann is suffering from an illness that is never made clear.


Sleeping Beauty (2011)

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* WomanInBlack: Lucy fits, in the dress she wears on the way to her jobs, as well as the other lingerie models.



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* {{Woman in White}}: Lucy in lingerie work, especially given that she's the only woman there in white.

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A film by author Julia Leigh, starring {{Emily Browning}}.

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A film by author Julia Leigh, starring {{Emily Browning}}.Creator/EmilyBrowning.


* {{The Woman in Black}}: Lucy fits, in the dress she wears on the way to her jobs, as well as the other lingerie models.

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* {{The Woman in Black}}: WomanInBlack: Lucy fits, in the dress she wears on the way to her jobs, as well as the other lingerie models.


* {{Dude, She's Like, In A Coma}}: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.

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* {{Dude, She's Like, {{The Alcoholic}}: Birdmann may qualify, if pouring vodka in his cereal rather than milk is any indication.

* {{Dude Shes Like
In A Coma}}: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.



* {{She's Got Legs}}: Lucy invokes this in all of her outfits.

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* {{She's {{Platonic Life Partners}}: Lucy and Birdmann, though Birdmann seems to wish things were less platonic.

* {{Shes
Got Legs}}: Lucy invokes this in all of her outfits.

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Sleeping Beauty (2011)

A film by author Julia Leigh, starring {{Emily Browning}}.

Lucy (Browning) is a college student constantly looking for work. One day, she answers an ad in the school newspaper, which leads her down a rabbit hole of strange prostitution and absolute discretion. Based mainly on short story {{House of the Sleeping Beauties}}, and less on the Disney film of the same name.

[[AC: This film provides examples of]]:

*{{Dude, She's Like, In A Coma}}: Pointing out the downsides and harmful consequences to this trope is practically the entire point of the film.

*{{Ill Girl}}: Subverted, in that it's an Ill Guy; Lucy's only close friend Birdmann is suffering from an illness that is never made clear.

*{{She's Got Legs}}: Lucy invokes this in all of her outfits.

*{{Squick}}: The opening sequence is meant to invoke this in viewers, as well as Lucy's experiences as the titular sleeping beauty.

*{{Unproblematic Prostitution}}: Lucy tries to invoke this.

*{{The Woman in Black}}: Lucy fits, in the dress she wears on the way to her jobs, as well as the other lingerie models.

*{{Woman in White}}: Lucy in lingerie work, especially given that she's the only woman there in white.

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