The Madam's Family: The Truth About the Canal Street Brothel (2004)

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Three generations of New Orleans prostitute fight the FBI and each other. Based on a true story.


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6 September 2005 | TruthSpeaks
10
| Excellent show
This is an excellent show with great acting and production values. It is colorful. I thought (perhaps mistakenly) that it was a pilot for some kind of series and I was disappointed that it did not go on.

The show is set in New Orleans. It makes good use of its unique location; you get a totally different feeling from the usual Hollywood movie. Annabella Sciorra looks zaftig, and she wears her new curves well. I appreciated seeing a woman with actual curves and hips on screen portraying a sexy character.

The main plot line concerns generations of New Orleans women running a brothel out of their house. They run up against trouble and have to try to find their way out.

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Louisiana Way
Written by
Richard Warren Rappaport
Performed by Richard Warren Rappaport
Courtesy of A Top New York Label, A Division of Rappaport Arts & Entertainment, Inc.

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