The bizarre two-part story of a young country woman who, thanks to an unusual turn of events, finds herself the owner of a club/brothel in the city. Her new urban universe is filled with characters of epic dimensions: talented prostitutes, a mobster barman, discerning hitmen, kinky customers, lonely and miserable regulars, and a bad poet. Her quest for identity also runs as both subtext and point of entry into this gothic universe made humorous by a healthy dose of pop psychology and “efficient” management theory.
Rob was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada. He began his career in the arts by writing music for the Penguin Theatre Company. In his early twenties, Rob enrolled in the Algonquin College film production course, and after graduation he wrote and directed a number of films including the feature film, "Undercurrents". It was not long, however, before Rob developed an interest in video and joined the SAW Video Co-op where he produced much of his early work. Rob served for many years on the SAW Video Management Committee and eventually as Chair of the board.