A group of four teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley, and the usual problems teenagers have to cope with. Deidre is fascinated by sex, Madge is unhappily overweight, Annie is into drugs and Jeanie has to take care of all of them. They think that the school is a waste of time, their boyfriends immature and the grown-ups come from another planet. Jeanie is most worried about Annie and takes risks more than once trying to keep Annie clean and safe-and-sound. But Annie unstable, behavior and flair keeps everyone on edge, and finally leads to her death in a car wreck. Written by
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Some movie posters for the film featured a long blurb that read: "People don't think we can have any serious emotions. Nobody gives a damn. But that's all right, I've got friends". See more
During the party scenes Jodie Foster's hair changes. In some shots she's wearing two combs (pulling her hair off of her face) while in other shots she's wearing one comb with the other side combed straight down. See more
Back in the heavy stoned days, when we used to stay up and talk a lot, Annie and me, we were talking about dying, how it feels and all. I said I'd never get buried. I couldn't stand them shoveling dirt in my face. Like, I know I'd be dead, but I still might have this strong compulsion to breathe, okay? But Annie, she said she wanted to be buried right in the ground under a pear tree. Really. Not in a box or anything. She said she wanted the roots going right through her, and ...
Rock and Roll Dancin'
Lyrics by F. Beckmeier and Stephen Beckmeier
Music by F. Beckmeier and Stephen Beckmeier
Performed by The Beckmeier Brothers See more