Highway Courtesans

Filmed at intervals between 1995 and 2004, Mystelle Brabbee's oddly insubstantial documentary aims to open a window onto India's rural Bachara subculture, in which prostitution is a family business passed from one generation of women to the next. The Bachara work in small, government-sanctioned villages alongside India's highways, servicing long-haul truckers...read more

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