A constant runaway is given over to the care of the state and finds herself in a remand centre for girls. She is soon caught between the uncaring bureaucracy, the sometimes brutal treatment from her peers and her own abusive family, and only one care worker sees her potential to rise above her tragic circumstances. Written by
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Linda Blair is Born Innocent, but that was 14 years ago
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Did You Know?
was 14 when this film was made and 15 when it was released. However, the other girls at the reform school in the film were much older than the ages they portrayed. Two others who are credited were in their mid-20s when this was filmed, as Nora Heflin
and Tina Andrews
were 24 and 23, respectively, while Janit Baldwin
was 18 or 19. All of these girls were older than Mitch Vogel
, who was supposedly portraying her 20-year-old brother (he was actually 18 at the time). See more
When Chris first comes out of the shower stall at the bequest of Denny (waving a toilet brush) and Moco, the two girls are standing close together to Chris's right and left, but a longer shot of Chris peering around them shows Denny further down from the stall. See more
Congratulations. The baby is dead.