She's Too Young (2004)

Director
Tom McLoughlin

Main cast
Marcia Gay Harden; Alexis Dziena; Mike Erwin; Miriam McDonald; Megan Park

Genres
Drama

Description
A mother/daughter relationship is thrown off balance when the mother (Marcia Gay Harden) discovers that her "good girl" daughter (Alexis Dziena) is part of a group who are engaging in sexual activities with multiple partners. Such activity results in an outbreak of sexually transmitted diseases.


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