Self-made millionaire Ken Jorgenson vacations with his wife and teenage daughter on Pine Island, Maine, where -- some 20 years earlier -- he'd worked as a lifeguard. Jorgenson now resumes a romance with island resident Sylvia Hunter who is trapped in a marriage as loveless as Jorgenson's. Scandal erupts when word of this romance becomes public, but it serves to draw together Jorgenson's daughter and Sylvia's teenage son who are appalled by their parents' mistakes and determined not to repeat them. Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Did You Know?
When Molly's father enters her boarding-school dorm room, a Smokey the Bear poster can be seen on the door. This particular poster was printed in 1953, and warns "Remember - only you can prevent woods fires!" The term "woods fires" was replaced by the more familiar "forest fires" on posters beginning in 1960. See more
When Ken and Sylvia meet for the first time at the boathouse, Ken is wearing a red shirt (in plain view even in the moonlight) when he closes the back doors. But when the camera cuts to him getting close to Sylvia, he is wearing a blue shirt. See more
We live in a glass house - we're not throwing any stones.
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Composed by Franz Liszt See more