Overly melodramatic "problem" picture illustrating the roots of juvenile delinquency--the parents. Douglas and Bari play the inattentive, thoughtless parents of teenager Evans, who is moved to get attention by becoming the town's bad girl. Her boy friend doesn't understand the change in
her, and her female friends no longer relate. Driven to desperation by loneliness, she attempts suicide--an act that finally brings her parents out of their self-possessed stupor. The script, written by husband-and-wife team Eunson and Albert (Evans' parents in real life), is weak and pat, lending
no valuable insight into a common problem.