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Two young teenagers, Jade Butterfield and David Axelrod, fall in love with each other. But the passion is too consuming for Jade's bohemian parents. Her parents try to stop them from seeing each other. But when this doesn't work, David burns down the house and is sent to a mental hospital. This doesn't stop him from seeing her. When he gets out, he goes to look for her and remains in love with her. But in the end, the passion for his first love is too strong and she has to leave or this love will kill both of them.Written by
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Tom Cruise's very brief appearance in the movie is critical to the movie's plot. See more »
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[sees a ramshackle hunting lodge]
My grandfather built that place. Then my father let it go. I'm going to rebuild the whole thing one of these days.
Yeah. It's a great idea. You're good at doing things like that. I'll help you, okay? We'll come up here on the weekends. And Jade would love it. I mean, of course, this is a place for the whole family.
Just because you're fucking my sister doesn't mean you're part of the family.
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There is one reason and one reason only to see this film: if you want to see a very _young_ Brooke Shields naked. If you're into that kind of thing, go for it. Otherwise don't waste your time or money.
The acting sucks, the writing sucks, even the lighting sucks (all of the scenes are dark no matter what time of day it was). Who cares if Tom Cruise played a bit part in it.
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