"It's not like the movies," grumbles a disillusioned senior as he surveys his high school's sorry excuse for a prom. "There's no theme, no prom king and queen. And no-one will lose their virginity cause there are no virgins left." He has a point: Set in
1983 the heyday of high-school sex comedies this melancholy film from first-time writer-director Tod Williams bears little resemblance to its day-glo, synth-pop forebears. After a brief stint in London with his alcoholic Mom (Margaret Colin), 17-year-old Sebastian Cole (Adrian
Grenier) returns to his drizzly Duchess County, NY, hometown to live with his stepfather Hank (Clark Gregg). But Hank is no lon...