Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This mystery is based on the real-life murder of a hooker who was strangled to death in the red-light district of The Hague in 1959. The 32-year-old victim seems to have had three different personalities. Dolly was the cheap whore who would turn dozens of tricks a day for a dollar a pop. Sylvia was the elegant and wealthy woman who enjoyed attending fancy parties and concerts. Kitty was the divorcee who provided companionship for wealthy businessmen. Hilde van Mieghem plays all three women of mystery. When the police find her body, they discover she was the wealthy owner of eight houses who had made shrewd investments and whose obvious wealth was not consistent with her occupation as a woman of ill repute. The murderer, much like the life of the victim, remains an unsolved mystery.
divorce, double-life, investigation, murder, police, schizophrenia, socialite