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Reform School Girl (1994)

Donna is sent to a reform school to take the fall for bad boy Vince. Inside, she makes friends and learns about herself.

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Donna Patterson
Teresa DiSpina ...
Carmen Pena
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Mrs. Evelyn Turnbull
Eleanor O'Brien ...
Angela 'Dink' Dinkens
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Priscilla Wells
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Joanie Dubois
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Mona Smith (as Erin Leshawn Wiley)
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Matron Miriam Mather
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Dr. Ted Meeks
Lynn Eastman-Rossi ...
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Ashley Lister ...
Kathy Patterson
Bill Calvert ...
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She does more than just make friends while inside, she starts a lesbian love affair that draws the wrath of the warden, an ex-Olympic athlete who looks for track and field capabilities in her girls. Meanwhile the rat of a boy friend she protected threatens her younger sister to force her to maintain her silence. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Rated R for language, some sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »

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23 September 1994 (USA)  »

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A Rapariga do Reformatório  »

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Connections

Remake of Reform School Girl (1957) See more »

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Baby, I Miss You
Written by Mark Barkan, Ben Raleigh
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Above average cable remake
23 September 2000 | by (San Diego) – See all my reviews

This film, directed by New World Pictures alumnus Jonathan Kaplan and starring cult favorite Aimee Graham, is part of the "Rebel Highway" series of remakes of 1950s juvenile-delinquent films.

For what was basically a chance for the filmmakers to have fun, _Reform School Girl_ is quite watchable. There are the allusions to McCarthyism characteristic of the "Rebel Highway" series (and a well-done general 50s ambiance), and the usual array of interesting types we meet in women-in-prison films. This one is nowhere near as graphic as a typical entry in that genre, but there is one lesbian love scene that is strikingly filmed and acted, suprisingly graphic for such young-looking actresses, and really kind of a tonal shift from the rest of the film. Unfortunately, the film never really resolves the lesbian relationship.

The only time I really cringed was the scene where Donna (Aimee Graham) started dancing and singing with the mop, and the camera began moving around and getting in the faces of the onlookers. This was a totally ridiculous scene (but I guess it's hard to pad these things out to 80 minutes).

Graham is stellar in the title role, a girl who has had to deal with abuse and, while in reform school, awakens to more positive sexual experiences. I really wish Hollywood would take more notice of her.


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