Released: Jul 01st, 1986
Running Time: 85
Cast: Lee Brown, Mike Homer, Jamie Gillis, Ron Jeremy, Paul Thomas, Cecile DeVille, Petite Luv, AH Moore
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Nicely put together and carefully edited, Working Girls is more like a play, as it explores the erotic world of San Francisco prostitutes. A sultry feminine voice guides us through the streets, homes and hotels of the City by the Bay, which is shown off nicely in this series of filmed vignettes.
Among the highlights is a segment titled "New Kitchen," where Lee Brown gets down on her knees to beg hubby Ron Jeremy for a new kitchen. Jeremy tries to gag his wife's constant nagging, but I understand the kitchen gets installed next week. Another raunchy piece features Jamie Gillis as a male hooker. His two horny "Johns" (Cecile DeVille and Ali Moore) think Gillis is over the hill, but he proves that things move faster going down and wears them both out.
The other various clips include a trip to the office to ask for a raise, as well as a little bit of kink with the seductive Sheri St. Clair masturbating for a "captive audience."
Although stated in numerous reviews before, Working Girls is great for a bachelor party. The short subjects are handled well, and the pace makes for good, exciting viewing.