Fiona

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Released 1998

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Director:
Amos Kollek
Released:
1998
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Fiona is a 1998 drama directed by Amos Kollek. In the film, Fiona (Anna Levine) is a psychotic, drug addicted prostitute with a dangerous criminal past who is living on the streets of New York City. The film chronicles her life from infancy to the present. When she was six months old, Fiona's drug-addicted prostitute mother, Anita (Felicia Maguire), carelessly abandoned her daughter in the New York streets. Fiona was eventually rescued and raised in foster and adoptive homes, but she endured many tragedies and injustice over the years. As a result of her toiled life, she has ended up back on the street, selling her body, using heroin and hanging out with her lover. When Fiona meets a weathered fellow prostitute, the woman urges Fiona to rescue herself from her dangerous life, but Fiona does not appreciate the woman's advice. Can this woman push Fiona to save herself even though the older prostitute cannot seem to save herself?
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