The world of teenage hookers in Times Square is a ripe topic for a film produced under the guiding hand of Roger Corman; but rather than exploit the situation for some sensationalistic drama, STREETWALKIN' takes a hard and intelligent look at the subject. Cookie (Melissa Leo), an innocent
young girl arriving in New York with her younger brother, Tim (Randall Batinkoff), is spotted at the Port Authority bus station by Duke (Dale Midkiff), a pimp. Cookie is soon working for Duke and is introduced to the harsh, brutal world that comprises the underground life. Midkiff gives a
tour-de-force performance that is well supported by a fine cast of character actors. Julie Ne...