Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Seymour (Sudi de Winter) is eleven years old, and unless a person's flaws affect him personally, he's inclined to view them with an uncritical eye. Because of trouble between his parents, he has been sent to stay with an unsympathetic relative. He becomes acquainted with a neighbor, Angie (Fiona Ruttelle), a hippy-ish girl in her twenties living a slovenly existence. He is overjoyed that she is so willing to invite him into her life, and enjoys her drug-inspired bouts of singing, and other eccentric behaviors which a more critical adult might find worrying. For him, this time with her is idyllic. Eventually she is sent away to a rehabilitation center by her worried relatives, and his experiences with her comes to an end.