Smokes and Lollies

Australia, 1976

Film

First film in a longitudinal study of three Adelaide girls, aged thirteen and fourteen. They talk about their attitudes to sex and boys, pregnancy, abortion, marriage, school, parenthood and their careers. Their hopes and ambitions pose special questions for adults and young people alike. Edited by David Pulbrook; sound by Rod Pascoe and photographed by Tom Cowan.

Credits

director

Gillian Armstrong

producer

Penny Chapman

production company

South Australian Film Corporation

1:1 Films

Language

English

Duration

00:24:00:00

Colour

Colour

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