Mean little film that pretends to say something about rape but panders to the cheap exploitation values of bad thriller films. Margaux Hemingway, a fashion model, makes her film debut playing--what else?--a fashion model. Sarandon is a music teacher who goes crazy and rapes her. He tries to
get little sister Mariel as well, but big sister blows him away with a handy shotgun. She is tried for murder but is acquitted, thanks to Bancroft's legal skills. The elder Hemingway, granddaughter of the famous writer, is absolutely awful. Sarandon, who was excellent as the transsexual in DOG DAY
AFTERNOON, here chooses to match his costar's performance. The real saving grace o...