Another documentary about pimps and whores. This one is mostly shown from the prostitute's perspective with interspliced home video footage shot by pimps. Several former and current prostitutes share their stories about why and when they chose the lifestyle (average age is 13). The girls talked of being beaten, threatened with death and having other prostitutes disappear. Many also talked of their families - some were rejected because of their job choice, others were encouraged to do this. Also shown was a mother searching for her teenage daughter who was in the lifestyle. It is clear that the Black attitude towards sex is not conducive to a proper society, yet it is sold as a viable alternative, something that is to be desired, through all the major media companies. This is a very revealing documentary about an extremely pervasive problem as the problem is encroaching on other racial groups in our now integrated society. Once again, I must stress, prostitution is not the problem, the pimps are. Remove the legal restrictions and women would not be subjected to this near-enslavement. I would recommend watching this in conjunction with American Pimp, not only because AP could be viewed as apologist or even glamorizing if you don't recognize what those filmmakers were actually doing, but because the other perspective is necessary to see the impact of their attitudes and beliefs.