Emma Norman spends a wild Spring break holiday on Mintners Cove beach, California, with her female friends, Lori, who seeks a new fling and academic Stefanie. There, slick stud Greg Vlasi ... See full summary »
Emma Norman spends a wild Spring break holiday on Mintners Cove beach, California, with her female friends, Lori, who seeks a new fling and academic Stefanie. There, slick stud Greg Vlasi gives them a good time and shoots video of them on beach and yacht (possibly drugged and/or drunk). The video is doctored and released onto the internet as porn distributed by Nick Bronson in LA. Soon Emma's promising career as Minneapolis school teacher is over. Her fireman fiancé David in home small-town Prairie dumps her, even her dad's firm gets boycotted. A pervert stalks her. Written by
In the beginning of the movie when Emma is talking on the phone with one of her friends her friend makes the comment that Emma works with 7-year-olds all day, and a few scenes later Emma states that she teaches 3rd grade. Later when she receives a teaching award her boyfriend says she teaches 2nd grade. See more »
Some of these comments are so moralistic--exactly what the film's about!
Comments that blame the victim are exactly what the film was preaching against. No, this is no Academy Award-winning film. It didn't win any critics' award, or Sundance, or Golden Globe, but it has a point. Many people are hypocrites and they will find it difficult to find in favor of women who show any sexuality. To the poster who dismissed the girl because she took a drink from a stranger--imagine your daughter forgetting that rule for one moment--here are two quotes for you to chew on: Hell is the theological equivalent of "Boy are you gonna get it when your dad gets home!" - Jack Carlson The infliction of cruelty with a good conscience is a delight to moralists--that is why they invented hell. - Bertrand Russell
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