Regular street prostitution (Straßenprostitution) in Germany is often very well organized and sometimes controlled by pimps.
Most German cities however established "Sperrbezirke" (off-limits zones) and charge the street prostitutes an amusement tax, that in the city of Bonn for instance is paid by the streethookers at parking meters, 6€ for a period of about 8 hours at nightime.
About 30 years ago in a town called Lichtenberg outside of Bonn a man started the first FKK Club.
With recent economic problems, in some bigger cities "wild" street prostitution has started to appear: areas where prostitutes work temporarily out of short-term financial need.A "Sex drive-in", or "Verrichtungsbox", is a facility of structures to enclose cars to provide a safer place for sex workers using cars.The same fee is collected from sex workers in apartments and brothels, sometimes by municipal tax collectors in person.Some street whores have a nearby caravan, others use the customer's car, still others use hotel rooms.Starting out in his basement he opened the first FKK Club with his own system.
Women were totally nude, the club had normal lighting, prices and services were set Above all service was based on quality and customer satisfaction.
The difference between a normal brothel and an FKK Club was the presentation and system.
The owner and inventor named "Bernd" got tired of the brothel system where price was negotiated, dark lighting, pressure sales and the workers bodies were hidden by clothing.
It runs between Wallstraße and Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße. It runs between Wallstraße and Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße. Bruchstraße´s history as a red-light district stretches back to the middle ages.
The Bruch was a marshland enclosed by the arms of the River Oker, but was reclaimed by draining and dumping, resulting in the establishment of a haphazard settlement.
The film was based on two years of research captured using hidden cameras and explores Berlin's world of 'flat-rate' brothels where customers pay €49 and receive as much sex as they want.