| July 14, 2014



These women have a product and they are selling.

In a small New York brothel, many women are working and living among one another. Past years they used to share personal stories, trials and tribulations, problems. Since then, gossip has kindled dislike which now burns as hate. Despite being constantly surrounded by peers, they move about alone and inadvertently channel their unshared frustrations through their behavior.

One day, a vagrant sneaks in and a co-owner of the business agrees to provide room and board if he paints a portrait of the each of the women for them to keep.

Eventually, the women learn the need of acceptance and friendship.

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