Strictly for those who found PRETTY WOMAN a little too gritty. Leave it to Bertrand Blier -- auteur behind 1974's randy cause celebre GOING PLACES -- to buck any feminist trend afoot. Who else would dream of dragging out that old sexist "hooker with a heart of
gold" sawhorse in this day and age? Feisty Marie (Anouk Grinberg), Blier's fantasy fleur
of the streets, really loves her work. "I like men, I like money and I like selling dreams," she states matter-of-factly. Returning home one night after a "date," Marie finds the homeless Jeannot
(Gerard Lanvin) asleep among the trash. She takes him upstairs, feeds him and, after succumbing to his irresistible anim...