A tough female district attorney is investigating a man who picks out women from public places by posing as a famous photographer, then takes pictures of them, then pushes on their submissive tendencies and takes advantage of them physically and financially. The trouble is that none of these women want to press charges, because they feel fulfilled in some way by their encounter. The DA arranges to meet him and finds herself in a similar situation as the other victims, and has to come to grips with her own submissive desires. –IMDb
Lizzie Borden (born 3 February 1958, Detroit, Michigan) is an American filmmaker. Originally named Linda Elizabeth Borden, she took on the name of the American folklore figure Lizzie Borden in the early 1970s.
Borden’s best known film is Born in Flames (1983), which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and won several awards, concerning the racial, class, and political conflicts in a future United States socialist democracy. It is distributed by First Run Features and was named one of “The Most Important 50 Independent Films” by Filmmaker Magazine. It has been studied in numerous feminist texts. Borden also wrote, directed, and produced a successful yet highly controversial independent fiction film Working Girls in 1986, depicting the working lives of prostitutes. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in the Director’s Fortnight, won best Feature at the Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Miramax. Her next film, the only one not based on an original script, was… read more