Milk Money is a 1994 romantic comedy film directed by Richard Benjamin and written by John Mattson. The movie stars Melanie Griffith and Ed Harris. In the movie, Frank, the son of Ed Harris's character, Tom, along with some of his friends, meet a prostitute who they hire to strip for them. The prostitute, played by Melanie Griffith, eventually starts living in Frank's treehouse because she is on the run from her former pimp. Frank's dad, Tom, eventually meets V, Griffith's character, and thinks that she is one of Frank's teachers. Tom and V share a mutual attraction to each other, and just as romance seems to begin for them, V's former pimp goes looking for her.
The film is 110 minutes long and is rated pg-13. The cast of Milk Money also includes Malcolm McDowell as Waltzer, V's former pimp, and Anne Heche as Betty, a prostitute and former associate of V.