Girlfriends Trixie (Rebekah Kochan) and Sulie (Jillian Easton) are two of Los Angeles' hottest burlesque dancers. Their lives take a dark turn, however, when the girls witness a mob hit after a show. Trixie tries to be a heroine but instead ends up shooting one of the mobsters, forcing the girls to flee to Sulie's parents' home in Texas, where they hide their relationship by pretending to be roommates. In an effort to earn some money, the girls start a burlesque show at a local truck stop, and after a rough start, their act becomes the hottest thing to hit Texas since Charlene Tilton on "Dallas." But the girls soon discover that performing burlesque is not the best way to stay incognito: Creating a big controversy in a little town, the show sends the mob, the police, and the media chasing after them. Further complicating the plot, Helen (Carol Lurie), Sulie's mother, catches the girls sharing an intimate moment and kicks the girls out of the house. In an intense third act, the film climaxes at the truck stop, with bullets flying as the clothes come off.
Director Brian Pelletier will attend
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