Working Girls is a 1986 independent film, written, produced and directed by Lizzie Borden, depicting a day in the life of upper class prostitutes in a small Manhattanbordello. It is considered a subtly feminist portrayal, focusing on strong women characters, and depicting prostitution as neither glamorous nor repellent, but rather an ordinary, if exhausting, job.
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