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Friday, February 13, 2004
 
With Valentine's Day upon us, I have to put in a plug for the 1980 Boaz Davidson romantic epic Seed of Innocence a.k.a. Teen Mothers. (Teen Mothers is the U.S. video title.) One of the first Golan-Globus Cannon movies, this American drama focuses on the lives of Danny (Tim Wead) and Alice (Mary Cannon), two aw-shucks teen sweethearts from smalltown America whose lives are torn apart when Alice get pregnant at age 14. The two move to--where else?--New York City, where they have various adventures that can only be described as "scripted." This is a true gem, with gobs and gobs of the wonderful heavy-handedness that characterizes all of Boaz' movies.

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