|Writers||Lizzie Borden (screen story)
|Cast||Louise Smith Deborah Banks Liz Caldwell Marusia Zach Amanda Goodwin Boomer Tibbs Eli Hasson Tony Whiting Richard Davidson Ronald Willoughby Paul Slimak Fred Neumann Patience Pierce Ellen McElduff Grant Wheaton Richard Leacock Martin Haber Carla-Maria Sorey Michael Holland Dan Nutu|
|Plot||A day in the life of several prostitutes in an upscale Manhattan whore house. The film is a stark portrayal of the women prostitutes, the male customers and the motivations of both. Watch as the madam manipulates her "girls". Watch as she answers the phone by saying "Hello John, what's new and different?" Watch as the "johns" try to manipulate the "girls". Part nudie exploitation, part sociological thesis.... see Working Girls on IMDb|
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|Molly is a lesbian with an Ivy League degree. Gina plans on opening her ouwn beauty salon. Dawn is a law student. Mary answered an ad to be a hostess and decided to try it. Welcome to a typical day in the life of a group of New York City prostitutes. Plying their trade in an expensive, immaculately maintained Manhattan bordello, they deal with everything from the mundane to the profane while servicing men of all shapes, sizes and fetishes. For these working girls, every job may have its price, but every day has its cost. Award winning femininst director Lizzie Borden (Born In Flames) spent six months interviewing real prostitutes for this acclaimed drama, delivering an unflinching look at The World's Oldest Profession filled with rare humor, insight and honesty.|
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