I learned so much from 'Pretty Woman'. Previously I considered prostitution to be a symptom of many of the ills in society, like loneliness, emotional neglect, addiction, inequalities in wealth and access to education, but now I know that prostitution can be fun - in this movie it's fun for the prostitute and it's fun for the client. Also, in the past, I suspected that there was more to life than money and good looks, but 'Pretty Woman' set me straight on that one: boy, was I wrong! Money is the most important thing in the world. It even makes love possible. Having been taught so many important lessons about life, I think it only fair that we, the viewing public, reward the producers and stars of this film with many millions of dollars - it might even be fair to call them prostitutes too, and to consider ourselves, the audience, as their clients.