Scarlet Road + Q&A

MA 15+
9 April
6.00pm
Location informationArc Cinema
Event costFREE, BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

The 2011 documentary Scarlet Road follows Rachel Wotton, an Australian sex worker specialising in working with clients with a disability.

Rachel is passionate about her work and dedicated to using human touch and sexual intimacy as therapeutic tools.

Through the documentary we follow two of her clients, Mark and John, as she helps to create a positive and lasting impact on their lives.

Join us after the screening for a Q&A session with director Catherine Scott and Rachel Wotton, who appears in the film.

‘One of the most uplifting films you'll see all year’ – SBS Movies

See more films in our Girls to the Front: Catherine Scott program

 

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