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Art for Teachers of Children (1995)

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Jennifer, an intelligent but insecure 14-year-old student at a boarding school, seduces her married dormitory counselor, a photographer who has offered to teach her about his art and winds ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Lisa Anomaiprasert ...
Naomi
Coles Burroughs ...
Molly
Duncan Hannah ...
John
Bryan Keane ...
Counselor
Caitlin Grace McDonnell ...
Jennifer
Jennifer Montgomery ...
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Ruth S. Montgomery ...
Jennifer's Mother (voice)
Jennifer Williams ...
Alex
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Jennifer, an intelligent but insecure 14-year-old student at a boarding school, seduces her married dormitory counselor, a photographer who has offered to teach her about his art and winds up shooting her in the nude. She is naive, and he manipulates her into an affair that eventually is discovered. Years later, as the photographer is being investigated by the FBI, the adult woman remembers her first love as a case of herself watching the artist who watched her. Written by NoCal Nosey Parker

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2 August 1995 (USA)  »

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The movie is based on Jennifer Montgomery's own affair with photographer Jock Sturges. See more »

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Safe in My Garden
Written by John Phillips
Performed by The Mamas and the Papas
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Boring
31 December 2002 | by (cambodia) – See all my reviews

The woman who plays the 14 year old student is obviously at least two, perhaps even six or more, years older than the character. For me that destroyed the whole purpose of seeing the movie - to explore the erotic sentiment and beauty of a sexual relationship between an adult male and a young teenage girl. I found the dialogue unerotic and the cinematography unappealing. Several French and Italian movies or David Hamilton movies do it for me much better...


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