Despite having the distinct cheap feel of made-for-television productions, this is a fairly well made film, with characters who feel real and who are actually interested in their studies, unlike in so many other college comedy-dramas. The supporting characters are a touch underdeveloped, but the main characters are very well worked on, and Barry Miller gives off a really solid performance as the somewhat eccentric roommate. The film is not amazing in any way, and other than Miller's performance there is nothing worth shouting about. But, it is pleasant enough to watch, and better than a lot of the trash that Hollywood brought out during the 1980s.
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