An interesting film that passed virtually unnoticed. The tale concerns Klenck, a social worker whose job is to get juveniles out of adult jails. She begins working to help 15-year-old McCleery, who accompanied his two older brothers on a holdup that ended with the death of a police
officer. When funds for her program are cut off, Klenck goes to her old college friend, drug dealer Sayles, for the money to hire McCleery a good lawyer. (Sayles wants kids to stay out of jail so that they can buy drugs from him.) When legal recourse fails, and it looks as though McCleery is
penitentiary bound, Klenck arms herself and helps him break out of jail. Good performances and a story that twists and turns unpredictably make this one a good bet.
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