The fox and the prostitute is a compassionate look at the necessary alternative existence of fragile and vulnerable lives that exist under the cover of night. These lost souls and chancers dwell on the margins of urban civilization, where they walk together in the shadows, night after night on the same streets, searching and waiting for what others want or discard.
As darkness falls it casts a strangeness across the landscape, where familiar things can take on an unsetttling appearance. Flowers and plants are synonymous with beauty and gentleness but here seen in the darkness they become part of the narrative, expressing their symbolic meanings such as pain, hope and wishes.
The fox and the prostitute both live dangerously and are victims to the world that surrounds them.
Their story always begins at dusk. . .