Skid Row is a grim morality tale set in N.Y. on 32nd Street, where in the subway station there, we find working girls Isis Nile and Rebecca Wild discussing life. Nile wants the "Pretty Woman" scenario, rescued by her prince, while Wild is a junkie who tricks for bread to score. She also accepts her fate. She points out to Nile that "...no self-respecting guy would marry you."
Enter trick Tony Tedeschi. Wild takes care of him on the subway bench. In an alley, Isis runs into another hooker (Kristina West) who admonishes Nile to accept her destiny,- don't try to reach out. At this point an expensive car pulls up and Nile comes face to face with her destiny. Guy DeSilva is lonely and his wife has run off. Quicker than you can say "my hero," Guy whisks her off to his expensive pad. Nile knows what she wants and balls DeSilva into a stupor. As he sprays her tits with love lotion, it looks like Nile will get her wish and get out of Skid Row.
Meanwhile, West is being butt-slammed at high speed by her pimp, Buck Adams, Isis confides in her friend Alicia Rio about her new love interest, but Rio's only interested in her regular trick, Lynn LeMay. After some passionate maneuvering on Rio's bed, LeMay swears undying devotion to Rio's snatch. Wild goes to score, but finds out her dealer (Tom Byron) has cut her off. As a punishment he cons Wild into watching Sahara Sands give him head. He also requires Wild to fuck herself while he shoots off all over Sand's backside. It's a good thing that Nile is getting out of this location. Alas, we soon find that DeSilva's wife returns and Nile's back on the Row, her dream shattered.
Canterbury's production designer is the real star of this tape, with his imaginative sets. Otherwise this tape is just average.