Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
Prepski Morris wants to be Peter Pan personified and refuses to act like an adult and make adult commitments--especially romantic ones. This lightweight drama chronicles his exploits. He is first seen as a teenager experience first love, which is overshadowed by an exciting job at an amusement park, Dreamland. As an adult in his thirties, he is involved with several women, most of them sexual stereotypes. Actually they are more interested in him than he is in them. As nice as they are, he would rather sit alone in his apartment and talk to his dream girl, a figment of his imagination.
Peter-Pan-complex, aerobics, apartment, bachelor, committed-relationship, commune, demands, employment, gigolo, ideals, imagination, immaturity, instructor, juggling, love, narcissist, park, promiscuity, responsibility, romance