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Adolescent Development: Social-Sex Attitudes In Adolescence

Canada, 1953 (MIFF 1954, Mental Health)

As one of a series of five films, the film portrays the gradual growth and development of a boy and girl, through the adolescent years into adulthood and depicts the importance of personal experiences and the influence of parents and friends in the young couple's struggle to achieve mature social-sex adjustment.

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