This light-hearted but talent-heavy movie unapologetically showcases a group of Auckland prostitutes, who are united by a general distaste for their slimy pimp (Michael Hurst). Jodie Rimmer dons many wigs as Siggy, the spunky young sex worker who fends off Hurst's advances, while inadvertently pulling the nerdy Drew (Ian Hughes) into her plans for a game-changing heist. The eclectic soundtrack is heavy on electronica. Siggy's workmates include Rena Owen, Jennifer Ward-Lealand and dancer Taiaroa Royal. This excerpt includes Ziggy's first meeting with Drew, and a one-minute cameo by Lucy Lawless.
I can be bad.– Drew (Ian Hughes)
Special thanks to the crew and cast who invested their skills, time and resources in this project
Developed and produced with the of the South Australian Film Corporation
Soundtrack includes songs by Depeche Mode, New Order, The Body Electric, The Peter Stuyvesant Hit List and Skeptics
Closing credits songs
'I'll Make You Happy' composed by Easybeats members Stevie Wright & Georgie Young, and performed by Fiona McDonald
'Don't Stand in My Way', composed by Trevor Wilson & Bruce Howard, performed by The La De Da's