Author Laure Charpentier adapts her own controversial novel for the big screen to tell the tale of Georgia (Lou Doillon), a woman who dressed like a man, and uses her skills as a siren to rise through the Paris underworld in the 1960s. In the Pigalle district, debauchery reigns, and Georgia (aka Gigola), knows what women want. Her former lover's suicide still fresh in her mind, Gigola seduces with impunity. From beautiful barmaids to lonely aristocrats, no woman is free from Gigola's enchanting spell. In an era when women were thought to be the more submissive of the sexes, one woman takes control of her own fate, and makes her own rules.