Deep in the Mississippi Delta lies an oasis of glitter amid violent human trajectories where beauty can be hard to find. Each episode traces the kaleidoscopic story of a tiny strip club where colorful characters walk through its doors, whether life-broken, hopeful, or utterly lost.
More than about strippers
When you hear the song in the intro and see the images of plight and poverty... You know this is more than about pole dancing. 4 episodes in, the layers are slowly unfolding about truths (spoken or not) in the black community. The club Pynk sits in the center of the town and is the catalyst for not only the non-gender conforming owner Uncle Clifford and all his girls Gidget, Mercedes, Mississippi and the new girl Autumn. There is dancing and when there is, these girls are amazing. But the show is not about the inside of the club. It is the broken lives of these people when they leave Pynk.
- Aug 9, 2020
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