1978, 103 mins

After the break-up of her marriage, psychologist Dianne Cruise sets off on a journeYinto the past to rediscover old boyfriends. In Colorado she finds Jeff, the man she almost married after college, who is now a film-maker. Just as they seem to be falling in love again, Dianne leaves for Minneapolis to find her high-school sweetheart, Eric, and seek revenge for the way he humiliated her by claiming her as a sexual trophy. Meanwhile Jeff sets out to trace her through a private investigator. Dianne moves on to Michigan, where she finds that the boy she loved in childhood, Lewis, had died in Vietnam. She strikes up a friendship with his disturbed younger brother, Wayne, who has been frozen in childhood by feelings of guilt over Lewis's death. Dianne's attempt to recreate her first love causes Wayne to have another breakdown. She Bees in confusion, is eventually foUnd byJeff, and moves in with him and his daughter.

Director: Joan Tewkesbury
Producers: Paul Schrader, Edward R. Pressman, Michele Rappapon
Screenplay: Paul Schrader, Leonard Schrader
Cinematography: William A. Fraker
Editor: William Reynolds

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