David (Edward Bymes) steals a car and collects his friends for a night
out. However, he runs over a man and then escapes from the scene of the
killing leaving Donna (Gloria Castillo) behind. She is warned not to
squeal by David and she is sent to Reform School. However, David does
not trust that she will keep quiet and is put under pressure to kill
Donna by a gangster acquaintance. He sets up Josie (Luana Anders) to be
sent to the same Reform School in the belief that her former friend,
Donna, has reported her to the police for car-stripping. The idea is
for Josie to get even with her former pal and once inside, Josie leads
the persecution of Donna .......... Meanwhile, David also takes it upon
himself to quieten Donna for good......
The film has some good scenes, eg, when Donna is in her solitary cell
and 4 inmates are coming to get her.....you get a sense of imminent
danger........suddenly Josie's face appears at the grill staring back
at her......Donna is moments away from a serious beating. However, the
next part of the scene is a cop-out. The film ends abruptly leaving the
audience with unanswered questions, most notably, what is the
relationship between the girls and why has the governess gone back on
her word and staged another party? There are some funny attempts at
acting tough, eg, Roxy (Yvette Vickers) and David's amusing mouth
gestures, but the cast act it out well.
Its entertaining while you watch it.