Sunday, March 19, 1995

Teenage Trash Bash!

Linda Blair and Beyond

San Francisco Art Institute

A death-defying leap into the joys and terrors of being a teenager in the 1970s, with films made by adults who should know better. First up, a mind-bending selection of “educational” propaganda films made for the high school market, including The Day I Died (drinking, driving, dying), A Quiet Place (David Cassidy has sex, turns to God and Dad), and much more. Then, a rare screening of the fondly remembered yet completely absurd Born Innocent (1975, Donald Wrye), starring teen trash cult hero Linda Blair (The Exorcist) as the ultimate good girl gone bad in reform school. Don’t miss what will surely be your last opportunity to see these films on the big screen!