When a middle-aged father searches for his dropout daughter, Angel, his quest takes him into the underworld of prostitutes, pimps, drug addicts and thieves. Angel has become a dancer in a ...
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When a middle-aged father searches for his dropout daughter, Angel, his quest takes him into the underworld of prostitutes, pimps, drug addicts and thieves. Angel has become a dancer in a topless bar, and her dealer boyfriend is turning her on to heroin. Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
Stay off the street with this one in an unbelievably, briefly told story
7O's sexploitation film with a lot of T, this shallow story structured drama, if an unconvincing one, has one freaky fact about it. It was co written by Barry Levinson of all people. They're some really strung out and freaky cats in this 69 minute time waster (better off watching 9 songs) of a father who we see, likes to see other underage girls dance around topless, desperately track down his daughter. From strip club to the strippers pads, we are taken on a quest, we really don't care much for. One loopy character (the one pride asset to this film apart from all the T) who rants on about absolute crap, assists the father in his quest, but is none too much help. Even the pimps in the film aren't scary and it's finale is wrapped up too easily, if pathetic, but really that's cliché of the whole film, despite the sexy and believable performance of the strung daughter who's asked by clients to perform some pretty weird requests. Street Girls suffers, because there's just not enough meat to the story or has far few plot points. It's if the film was written in slap dash form. The film is shallow as a low tide, where luckily as a replacement we have a lot of nudity, and T, and that loon, but that does not make for a good quality film, which something like this is fu..in' far from it.
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