Erika Peterson plays Myrna, a pregnant 17-year-old in rebellion against her affluent parents. She flees to New York City's Greenwich Village, where she meets Angelo (Bartholemew Miro), a struggling filmmaker who is wrestling with inner demons that date from childhood. He resolves to return
to his Virginia home, accompanied by Peterson, to confront his parents and come to terms with his past. The film's psychologizing is pat and predictable; direction (by one-shot helmsman Michael Nebbia) is spotty. Interesting only as one of Tommy Lee Jones's earliest appearances.