An attempt to confront the social problems of teen marriages, or so say the opening credits. Seventeen-year-old Sands must justify her wedding to 24-year-old Foster to both her parents and her unbalanced ex-boy friend, Robinson. She agrees to meet Robinson in a deserted sound stage at his
father's studio, where he tries to rape her. On a tip-off, Foster bursts in and, in a hair-raising scene on a catwalk, succeeds in electrocuting Robinson. Robinson took his psychotic insights a step further in STANLEY, a 1972 film about a snake-obsessed Vietnam vet in which he also starred.