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This was actually an OK film! The character development was a little sloppy, but the plot was actually complex and kept my interest. Janet, a blonde waitress, is trying to make it as a dancer in the big city, but the money just isn't flowing fast enough. Her prozzy friend April suggests she try hooking because she can make an entire week's salary in one night. What?! I had to put my knitting down when I heard that. An entire week!? And to think I've just been giving it away. Janet's first night as a proz turns into a nightmare when her friend and current john are murdered, apparently by a mad man with Mother Mary complex who must punish the impure. A subplot involving the mafia and a corrupt police is also presented, yadda yadda, but back to my new found entrepreneurial idea.... A whole week's salary!? As shown in this fine film, the only possible drawback would be being murdered whilst on the job. But if I were to show my Red Umbrella/SWOP membership card, I'm sure I could avoid any trouble.
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