Alice (Emilie Piponnier) is the perfect wife and mother, living happily with her husband Francois and their son in an apartment in Paris. When her credit cards are declined one day while shopping, Alice discovers that Francois has been living a secret life, spending all of their money at a high-end escort service and leaving them completely bankrupt. Even worse is that Francois has suddenly abandoned them, leaving Alice and their son to fend for themselves. When she learns that the bank will foreclose on their home in just a few weeks, she becomes desperate and visits the same escort service that Francois was addicted to in the hopes of finding a way to quickly make some cash and save the apartment. At first reluctant in her new profession, Alice soon begins to thrive with the help of another escort who befriends her, giving Alice both financial independence and a sense of empowerment that she has never felt before. But when Francois shows up again at their doorstep, Alice is forced to reconcile between the life she had shared with him and the new one she has built for herself.
Multi-award-winning filmmaker Josephine grew up in Australia and China. Her first passion was acting, joining a theatre company at the age of 9. At 16, she left the southern hemisphere and lived in Jerusalem, Amsterdam, and NYC, where she studied filmmaking at NYU. Her shorts A Sign, Modlitba, L’enfant perdu, and Diva have been selected to over 90 high profile festivals including Slamdance, Brussels, Palm Springs, Rhode Island, and Raindance. While in pre- production on a feature with an Oscar-winning producer, Josephine fell pregnant and the project went sideways. Deciding to take things into her own hands, she wrote the screenplay for Alice and embarked on a journey to bring the film to life.