A cautionary tale. At 17, Sherman Oaks high schooler Pam Banner has a baby out of wedlock. The baby is adopted, but Pam's too embarrassed to go back to school, so her dad gets her a job as ... See full summary »
An alien is dispatched from a faraway galaxy to take over the Earth by "duplicating" humans and creating a race of zombies resembling animated pottery in this low-budget sci-fi film. Enjoy ... See full summary »
Arthur C. Pierce
Dr. Monk Monahan, talking about diseases for which there are absolute cures such as polio, gonorrhea and syphilis (the latter two which are needlessly still present in society), remembers ... See full summary »
I think I actually saw this film in Health when I was a high school freshman. It was a moralizing (or demoralizing!) polemic about loose girls, girls with "a reputation" and girls you could drive up to on the street and get to go for a ride with you, called "pick-ups" back then. Dire consequences would surely ensue from straying off the straight and narrow and indulging your urges. If that's the one, it is a very weird, strange, somber little film.
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