My mother was never a kid

United States, 1980

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Victoria Martin is a thirteen-year-old, who is confused by teenagehood and adults. After a fall she finds herself back in 1944 when her mother was young. When she returns to modern times she realises that grown-ups were once teenagers and had their problems too. Based on Francine Pascal’s “Hangin’ out with Cici”. Suitable for secondary level.

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production company

Highgate Pictures

co-producer

Doro Bachrach

Franklin Getchell

director

Robert Fuest

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1980

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