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Elgin Smith is a student attending Ridgedale College, he who spends his time working part time as a waiter on campus to pay for what his partial scholarship won't, studying, attending classes, or kicking around a soccer ball to get some exercise (as he isn't very good at the actual game to get much real playing time in his pickup league). He doesn't have much of an active sex life as he isn't in a relationship and he wants to equate making love with actual love, not only from his own perspective but also that of the other person in the relationship. In that respect, he is unlike his dorm neighbor, David Bonner, who has sex with his girlfriend Felicia, while he fools around behind her back with another girl named Shelley. Elgin's life may change when he becomes infatuated with a student on campus on first sight, she who he will learn is named Caroline Hedges. As Elgin is able to spend time with her, he, without truly knowing that much about her, does fall in love with her, as he ... Written by
John Heard was first offered the role of Elgin Smith but turned it down in favor of playing the part of David. See more »
[a faceless leg, belonging to Elgin Smith, is kicking around a soccer ball by himself]
[breathless voice over]
Inside. All right. Make it good, let's do that again. OK coach, why aren't you watching now. Watch out, Pele. Let's top that ball - top it. Yeah. Let's do it again. All right. Smith, the mighty foot, moves downfield with amazing agility. Intense concentration. Ah, you've been reading too much, Ben. Oh!
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William Katt, hot off his star-jock role in "Carrie", failed to build upon his growing momentum with this extremely tepid affair, romancing an emotionally fragile college girl (Susan Dey) whose rocky childhood may keep her from trusting a man. Director Joan Darling, she riding high from the success of TV's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman", gives us two good-looking kids, a lot of frank sex talk, but not much else. The picture has a scrubbed-clean look--like a sappy weeper straight out of the 1950s--and a scenario undermined by simpering simplicity. Energetic cast including Beverly D'Angelo, Robert Loggia and John Heard can't keep it from lapsing into blandness. * from ****
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