A charming adaptation of the play by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx (Groucho's son) that ran in 1965 on Broadway. The title refers to those years when a child goes from puberty to adulthood, and, although we've seen this generation gap story before, it is well-handled by the moviemakers and
provides a large chunk of wit, peppered by insights. Niven is a psychiatrist working at a university. His speciality is teenage problems, and he is stunned to learn that his teenage daughter, Ferrare, has been arrested for protesting on campus. This is anathema, so Niven attempts to straighten
Ferrare out. The first thing he does is suggest that she make some new friends. She does t...