SCARLET ROAD

Directed by: Catherine Scott 2011 | 70 min.

Section: Real Life

Premiere: United States Premiere

Countries: Australia

Languages: English

Genres: Documentary, Social Issues


Synopsis

Sponsored by:

Flux Hawaii Magazine

SCARLET ROAD is a thought provoking documentary that follows the work of Australian sex worker, Rachel Wotton. Impassioned about freedom of sexual expression and the rights of sex workers, she specializes in a long over-looked clientele – people with disability.  Rachel’s clients include those stricken with Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy.  Although limited physically, they still possess the universal human desire for companionship and affection.  Rachel’s philosophy, that human touch and sexual intimacy can be some of the most therapeutic aspects to our existence, makes a dramatic impact on the lives of her clients.   

While Rachel’s clients give a glimpse into their sexual self-discovery, SCARLET ROAD follows Rachel as she strives to increase awareness and access to sexual expression for people with disability.  Through a revealing look at the relationships between Rachel and her clients, SCARLET ROAD provides insights that seek to challenge commonly held perceptions regarding the “world’s oldest profession.”

Screenings

Thursday, October 11 5:15 PM Dole Cannery E Date Passed

Cast & Crew

Director Catherine Scott
Producer Pat Fiske
Cast Rachel Wotton
Cinematographer Bonnie Elliot
Director of Photography Catherine Scott
Editor Andrea Lang
Music Composer David McCormack, Antony Partos

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