Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
This first outing for Canada's most noted woman producer/director Sylvia Spring is an autobiographical sketch of herself during her 20s and her fumblings with men and romance. She settles in with a Marxist lad, experiences the carefree lifestyle of the '60s, befriends a goofy man, and has an unrequited crush on an unfocused young businessman. Eventually, she dumps the Marxist. This film is interesting for its evocation of Canadian youth culture in the '60s.
boyfriend, love-triangle, romance