Johnny Rourke (Aidan Quinn), a boy with a bad reputation and a drunken father (Kenneth McMillan), falls in love with Tracey Prescott (Daryl Hannah), a good girl from a good family. Society, of course, disapproves of the pairing. Tracey sees it as a chance to break free of her boring life,
so she happily goes off with Johnny, riding on the back of his motorcycle, having sex in the school boiler room, and generally raising hell. Boring, cliche-ridden teen drama looks nice and features Quinn, who is fairly impressive in his debut. Hannah looks good but seems completely without depth,
as do all the other characters in this routine bad-boy-loves-good-girl drama.