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    This is a totally missable LMN look into the world of seedy nightclubs. A rather unlikely looking teacher goes undercover to investigate the death of her sister a waitress in a night club -maybe the 2 actresses should have switched roles.

    There is an implausible twist and after that just lost any sympathy for the characters.

    Don't bother with this one.
  • ChrisStavroulis17 October 2018
    The movie fails to keep your interest.It doesn't worth your time
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    Rachel (Rachel Hendrix) kills herself in the first scene. Her sister Zoe (Kate Mansi) who is a teacher goes Nancy Drew and works at the nightclub where her sister worked. She wants to work her way up from cocktail waitress to a bottle girl without washing her hair. Add alcoholic mother, PLOT SPOILER sex trade, bad acting, lame soundtrack, and an improbable plot and you got yourself a candidate for a LIfetime film.

    Not sure why anyone would go through all the trouble to import exotic women and drug them so rich guys can have sex with them when it would be cheaper and easier to hire escorts. The film was idiotic.

    Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity.
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    Zoe Harrington teaches crime fiction at the college level. But her life takes a major turn where she becomes the center of a drama that takes her deep into the recesses of the criminal mind. And the heart of the story is that her sister Rachel was a "bottle girl"!!!

    Zoe is called home after learning of Rachel's death by suicide when she apparently incinerated herself. But soon Zoe suspects that foul play may have been involved when she learns that Rachel had worked at a sophisticated club as a "bottle girl," serving liquor at $1,000 a bottle to male clients expecting favors in return. Rachel apparently became enmeshed with an unsavory tycoon named Richie Evans.

    Zoe begins to explore the dark world of bottle girls by becoming one herself! She is hired at the club run by Percy, who believes that her operation is legitimate. But little does Percy realize that her right-hand man Mickey is in cahoots with Richie in a human trafficking ring.

    One of the problems of the film was in the casting. Both the male and female characters looked too much alike, and it was difficult to keep all of them straight. The good guy Vincent looked almost exactly like the villain Richie. Missy and the bottle girls were all brunettes and tended to blend together. The film's dark cinematography added to the problem.

    At one point in the film, Zoe compared her experience in sleuthing her sister's shady past to a Michael Connelly novel. While the actress turned in a solid performance as Zoe, the convoluted plot and the mishmash of characters did not quite live up the thrills of a crime beat action piece.
  • adi_20024 February 2019
    Zoe is a teacher and she infiltrates in the nightclub where her sister worked who was found dead in order to discover more informations about her sister's death.

    Despite the low rating I found the movie decent, actors did the best they could although they didn't win any Oscar prise in their career. Perhaps the last 20 minutes or so are boring but for one hours it kept me hooked.

    I think there should make more movies like this so we can see the hard life and work girls do for money.