Humanism in an exploitation film, believe it or not. Actually, the only condescension director Stephanie Rothman makes to the genre is to have her actors take off their clothes once in a while; the rest is a surprisingly sensitive study of youthful aspirations and conflicting interests among three female friends. It may be stiff and awkward at times, but it shows a heart of genuine talent. With Elaine Giftos, Karen Carlson, Barbara Leigh, and Reni Santoni; this 1970 film was the first produced by Roger Corman for his New World Pictures.