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Going Steady? (1951)

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Jeff and Marie have been dating for a while, and come to the realization that they might be considered to be "going steady." They ponder the significance of that situation, while Marie's ... See full summary »

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Jeff and Marie have been dating for a while, and come to the realization that they might be considered to be "going steady." They ponder the significance of that situation, while Marie's mother worries that Jeff might feel that going steady may entitle him to "take liberties" with her virginal (but seemingly not happy about it) daughter. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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How Serious is Your Relationship?
21 January 2007 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

"Going Steady?", a short movie by Ted Peshak (in production of Coronet Instructional Films), is an example of classic post-war instructional movie devoted the questions of relationships between young people. It's made up by a few dialogs between teenagers and their parents and monologues reflecting their questioning. A young couple solves individually their own problem: they are asking for the size of seriousness of their affinity and their kind parents give them the advices. The movie is quite boring. It has neither charm nor magic of nostalgia except number of nice shots on familiar atmosphere etc. The movie has a surprising pathos and urgency. It makes an impression that the young beholders have their lives in their hands. The movie concludes with these words: "This story hasn't answered all your questions, has it? Of course, each boy and girl faces a different problem. When you are faced with this problem, what will your answer be?"


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