While ive always been aware of the asian sex trades, this documentary really shows the despairity and conditions these women live and work in. Since when do hookers hold the hand of the man exploiting them, calling them their boyfriend?? The urge to survive is always greater than all else. Perhaps the most disturbing part of this entire documentary, are not the go-go bargirls, but the Casa girls, who sell themselves for the poorer Filipino men rather than the rich foreigners. The way these girls say them with their adoreable Filipino accents, sounding like a little ten year old girl and some are that old , is just surreal and mind bending to me. Its a very sad documentary, and if you want to go bang some hookers there, I recommend you see this documentary first, it may just change your idea about doing that. Who We Meet… Mila — a Filipino bar girl, 20, from the provinces who is supporting her family from afar. These girls live in virtual slavery, in a room the size of my bedroom closet, TWO of these girls per room, stuck in this small 4x8 foot windowless room 24 hours a day for YEARS of their life, servicing over a dozen men for 50 cents a go a day Jessica — a University student, 23, from Toronto. The entire "boyfriend" "prostitute" relation between these bargirls and their foreign exploiters is the strangest relation ive ever seen Profits[ edit ] All profits from the documentary were donated[ citation needed ] to the Women Helping Women Center in Angeles, Philippines, and to Mila, who suffers from tuberculosis. Ralston is a professor in the women's studies and political studies Departments at Mount Saint Vincent University and president of Ralston Productions Ltd. This is a short but heartbreaking look at the Filipino sex trade and the despairity within it. For example, sex is simply called "boom-boom", a prostitute who talks alot is a "yak-yak". Her first and only choice for the narration was actor Kiefer Sutherland. More sobering, seventeen girls some as young as ten years old are rescued from a casa, a local brothel and caught disturbingly on film.