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In this cinema vérité documentary, director Rosie Dransfeld captures the gritty and dangerous world of Edmonton's sex trade workers where, in a post-Pickton era, women now voluntarily provide police with DNA samples for future postmortem identification.

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  • kristennn

    “casha1122, Do not feel that way. You touched my soul in this documentary, and I wish I could find you, to bring you flowers and a big giant hug for sacrificing yourself and sharing your story for us. I live in the neighborhood and never really knew what went down when the sun sets.. I have a better understanding now and am greatly appreciative for you educating me on what you guys go through, or have went through. You are a beautiful woman, inside and out, and you deserve the best in life. You have earned it. If I ever see you, I am going to smile at you- and you will know it is me, because you will feel the love I have for you because of your honesty and integrity. do not beat yourself up based on your past. You are not that girl anymore. You are a woman, a damn strong woman.. and a great person. You are the success story a lot of women look for, so please never give up trying to help, and being yoruself. You are recognized as more than what you did when you were younger. You are to me, an inspiration. A living legend. ” — kristennn, 20 Nov 2013

  • kristennn

    “casha1122, Do not feel that way. You touched my soul in this documentary, and I wish I could find you, to bring you flowers and a big giant hug for sacrificing yourself and sharing your story for us. I live in the neighborhood and never really knew what went down when the sun sets.. I have a better understanding now and am greatly appreciative for you educating me on what you guys go through, or have went through. You are a beautiful woman, inside and out, and you deserve the best in life. You have earned it. If I ever see you, I am going to smile at you- and you will know it is me, because you will feel the love I have for you because of your honesty and integrity. do not beat yourself up based on your past. You are not that girl anymore. You are a woman, a damn strong woman.. and a great person. You are the success story a lot of women look for, so please never give up trying to help, and being yoruself. You are recognized as more than what you did when you were younger. You are to me, an inspiration. A living legend. ” — kristennn, 20 Nov 2013

  • SystaMarley

    “Wow, well dont know what i was looking for, so I was unsure as to whats expected. All I can say is,if there was no more users, theyd b no more dealers. If there was no John's, no one to market n sell sex to, they're be no more prostitution, but sadly its the oldest trade, or one of. It takes years to undue what was done is short periods. i a grateful, i didnt get that caught up, and got iut when I did. It takes a lot to get up daily n hustle lik they do. Keep the faith ladies, n men. If u want good, seek it, hunt it, stalk it and you will get it:)” — SystaMarley, 4 Jun 2013

  • casha1122

    “Hi ducky my name is courtney heather i was in the film. And i tried to put my 25 in trust me, I over did it, and really lost myself because i put every thing in to it but it did not pay in the end, don't get me wrong i'm greatfull for the oppertunity but i sacrefiest way to much for little..Really in the end it was it was the rosie show. I'm sorry rosie. But this is how i feel Batreyed .And i can't spell worth shit.” — casha1122, 20 Apr 2013

  • Ducky

    “I wondered that Dransfeld did not elicit some sense from these women of their choices - what options they thought they had. ” — Ducky, 18 Feb 2013

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Film Credits

director
Rosie Dransfeld
writer
Rosie Dransfeld
producer
Bonnie Thompson

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