A genuine oddity, this 2010 drama by Szabolcs Hajdu deals with hate crimes and sex slavery but maintains the whimsical tone of a Grimm Brothers fairytale. The babe-in-the-woods heroine is a Hungarian Gypsy who crosses paths with one dangerous man after another, all of them as insidiously charming as the Big Bad Wolf. Ultimately she winds up in the title bordello, a chic Liverpool warehouse where the prostitutes, many of them illegal immigrants, pose as characters from literary classics. This section of the film recalls Peter Greenaway at his most unpleasant and stands in sharp contrast to the lighter first half, but the shift doesn’t feel like a betrayal; Hajdu demonstrates a serious fascination with the passage between fantasy and nightmare—not to mention Eastern and Western Europe. In English and subtitled Hungarian and Romanian.