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In this fact-based melodrama, Joe Fisk is a juvenile delinquent who falls in love with Lisa Taylor, a Catholic girl's school student, in an Oregon forest. The two meet by chance when the troubled young man stumbles upon her while being chased by his peers in a training exercise, sees the lovely young girl floating in a small lake as she works on a photography assignment. The two are immediately drawn to each other, but neither of their custodians encourage contact of the opposite sex. However, when their relationship is discovered there's trouble all around, forcing the young lovers to flee. The question then remains: Will they be able to escape the law and other authorities long enough to find happiness? Written by
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A very romantic tale, made specially for teenagers girls, who certainly,
will be seduced by the situations. Here we have Graig Sheffer and Virginia
Madsen in the beginning of their careers.
It's not a big production, but has the ingredients for a good "Romeo and
Juliet of the 80s" (a beautiful couple in love, a youth climax and some
obstacles for they love).
Worth seeing, specially for romantic teenagers.
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