Friends ★ 1971 (R)
Hohum drama about an orphaned French girl and an unloved English boy who meet, become friends, and decide to run away together, setting up house in a deserted beach cottage. They even have a baby before they're discovered. Provides no insight into the teenagers dilemmas. Followed by “Paul and Michelle.” 101m/C VHS . GB Sean Bury, Anicee Alvina, Pascale Roberts, Sady Rebbot, Ronald Lewis; D: Lewis Gilbert; M: Elton John.
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