Directed by: Pete Walker
Stars: James Aubrey, Alison Elliott, Mark Burns
Also Known As : Byc w domu przed pólnoca, Verurteilt wegen Liebe
Description: A successful rock lyricist becomes romantically involved with a girl he picks up hitchhiking only to learn that she is only fourteen. Her parents take action against him.
Whether you’re a fan of British director Pete Walker like I am or not, you have to admit his horror films are considerably better than all the other stuff he tried to do. Still I kind of enjoyed the soapy and preposterous melodrama of his swinging 60’s flick “Cool It Carol”, and films like “The Four Dimensions of Greta” certain succeed as ripe sexploitation if nothing else. This film though…well, I don’t know. This is about an unbelievably naive and clean-cut British “rocker” who gets involved with an underage groupie. At first he doesn’t know her age, but even after he finds out he can’t give her up. Her parents are oblivious; even after they meet him, they assume(obviously confusing rock musicians with Catholic priests) that the relationship is platonic. But when the truth comes out, his career is ruined and he is charged with statutory rape.