I must take a moment at the beginning of this review to say, truthfully, Lea Dregorn is one of the prettiest actresses this reviewer has seen. That said, let's go on to the film making which is superb for the first half of the video. The stylish photography is unleashed with warm lighting, great cutting (montage we used to call the thing) and I was really concerned for the characters which were spoiled rotten to the core. I believed that this trist which Lisa (Dregorn) was involved in was her way of getting even with her husband and poor Richard (Peter Duncan) was one of the luckiest and saddest teens all at the same time. His vigor was more than type casting allowed. I enjoyed the happiness on the screen as I am hope you will, too. This unabashed reviewer recommends you see the film because of the unique way James (Terence Morgan) deals with his competitor not that it spare my giving this effort a six. Only that it qualifies as 'unforgettable.' Happy watching.
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