Jenny Kissed Me

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

The title is from a poem by Leigh Hunt that states, more or less, that a kiss from a girl named Jenny is worth more than anything else in the world. Such is not the case with a script about her. Tamsin West is the youngster. She lives with her mother, Deborah-Lee Furness, and her mother's lover, Ivar Kants. West adores Kants though he is not her real daddy....read more

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The title is from a poem by Leigh Hunt that states, more or less, that a kiss from a girl named Jenny is worth more than anything else in the world. Such is not the case with a script about her. Tamsin West is the youngster. She lives with her mother, Deborah-Lee Furness, and her mother's

lover, Ivar Kants. West adores Kants though he is not her real daddy. Their home is in the hills not far from Melboure, and though daughter and live-in boy friend are content, Furness feels stifled so far from the city's action. Here's where the lives of the main characters begin to come apart.

Furness, discontent with her quiet household, goes to work in a Melbourne whorehouse, West winds up in an orphanage when Kants becomes Ill, and Kants ultimately dies after a bout with cancer. The picture makes a few points about surrogate fathers, but West's character is only barely plumbed, and

the relationship between her and Kants looks almost like the one between Lewis Carroll and little Alice (see DREAMCHILD). Because of some gratuitous sex, this picture should not be seen by anyone the age of the star, West.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: The title is from a poem by Leigh Hunt that states, more or less, that a kiss from a girl named Jenny is worth more than anything else in the world. Such is not the case with a script about her. Tamsin West is the youngster. She lives with her mother, Debo… (more)

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