Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Cult filmmaker Doris Wishman moved from nudist-camp films to exploitation roughies with this depressing melodrama. The plot concerns a woman who moves from Ohio to Manhattan, only to discover the harsh realities of life in the big city. She goes from waitress to prostitute, and ends up loathing herself so much that she turns down a good-hearted man's offer of marriage. Wishman also narrates this gritty tale, which is unremarkable except for being the feature debut of actor Tony LoBianco.
city-life, prostitute/prostitution, waiter