Working Girls is a 1986 film starring Louise Smith and Deborah Banks. The two actresses play prostitutes working in a whorehouse in Manhattan. The film is largely told through the eyes of Molly (Louise Smith), a lesbian prostitute, recounting her daily activities at the whorehouse and in her life. Her own partner has no idea what she does to earn a living, which leads to drama and problems between the two. The film portrays both the prostitutes and male customers in an upright and straightforward way, leaving the viewer in awe about what really happens in the lives of these people. The women are sexually exploited by the men and the women can do nothing about it -- or can they do something? Lizzie Borden directs this drama, winner of a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Other actors in this award-winning movie include Liz Caldwell, Amanda Goodwin, and Boomer Tibbs.