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Mary Kay Letourneau is a teacher, who is married and has children. She then has an affair with one of her students who is underaged. When she gets pregnant, she is charged with statutory rape. After pleading with the judge to give her a chance, she was instructed not to see the boy again, but when she not only disregards the instructions, she gets pregnant again. She is sent to prison. Written by
I was very pleasantly surprised with this TV-movie about famous, for someone notorious, relationship between thirty-something Mary Kay Letourneau and her 13-years old student Vili. Narrow minds will never realize and accept various possibilities of human psyche and relationships, narrow minds have theirs "moral values" and laws which are so arrogant and stupid that is hard to believe. There wasn't any "rape", there was two people fell in love and made love through sexual intercourse. It's so natural and good, and only puritan and/or bigotry people can be against it. Unfortunately, most of people in United States and Europe today think that way. It's really sad. But movies like this, which try to have serious approach to delicate theme, are precious.
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