In this semi obscure 1992 film that earned Drew Barrymore a Golden Globe nomination, Director Tamra Davis explores the relationship of a troubled convict and an even more troubled teen. Barrymore's character Anita is a nymphomaniac adolescent who often has sex with random boys and men, and is frequently raped by her absentee mother's boyfriend. In a school assignment Anita takes up correspondence with a lonely young prison inmate, whose letters fuel her desires for violence and guns. She then convinces her mother's boyfriend to show her how it works, and, after he rapes her again, she shoots him to death and hides the body. After her boyfriend gets out of jail she slowly drags him with her on her downward spiral of sex, violence, and homicide.
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