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Love Object


     

Sharon Austin filled with the freshness and naivetee of youth arrives in New York to fulfill the dream of her young life, a theatrical career. In the very first days she learns the facts of life from professors and agents alike. It is true that there is an abundance of opportunity for her to display whatever talent she may have, but it is also true that the quickest and surest way to the fulfillment of her dream is the compromise of herself. Sharon remains undaunted, however. She is still dedicated to the principle that if she is willing to work hard enough and wait long enough and endure whatever hardships she must, that she will, in the end, attain what it is she is looking for.

Coupled with this firm belief she is also strengthened by what appears to be a meaningful relationship with a young man whom she meets not long after her arrival. Then, suddenly and unexpectedly Sharon is abducted by three men and finds herself held prisoner in a plush

hunting lodge far removed from civilization. There, one by one, her illusions about life are stripped away. She finds that the young man who had befriended her and whom she had begun to grow fond of was part of the plot that lead to her abduction. She is offered a proposition under the terms of which she would participate in various pornographic activities and in return for this her career would be advanced steadily and continuously. That Sharon is told as she had been told before, is the only true way she can be assured of any measure of success.

Confronted with these shattering realities Sharon still tries to cling to the illusions of her past. But in the course of so doing she is subjected first to psychological and then physical tortures and finally she is raped and threatened with more physical violence and blackmail which will ruin any chance for a career if she does not accept the proposition that has been offered her. The decision is not an easy one for Sharon to make and her first thoughts are of trying to sort out what has happened to her and put it into some kind of proper perspective. That is not easy to do and there come moments when all she can visualize is gaining revenge, in kind, upon the three who have treated her so brutally and cruelly. But

Sharon realizes that revenge of this nature is not a true part of her no matter what may have happened and so she endeavors, for a short time, to forget all and put herself back in touch with the things that are important to her. Finally, then, she is able to come to grips with the true situation as it exists and realizing that she has already been so totally compromised by her standards that there would be nothing to gain by refusing the proposition. She accepts it and agrees, therefore, to engage in various pornographic activities in return for the advancement of her theatrical career.

In the weeks that follow Sharon engages in things that she never would have thought herself capable of doing. They run the gamut from posing for glossy nude stills for the magazines that appear on the vendor's stands on forty-second Street to making love to lecherous men who, in spite of whatever deficiencies of character they may have, control important areas in the business and entertainment spectrum.

Sharon, by her own admission does not know how long she will be able to maintain her equilibrium in this kind of world, but she has one fortune that many other young girls in her position do not. She has talent and as wrong as her pornographic activities may be, by any standard, they do afford her the opportunity to display this talent. In a small off-broadway play she is seen by a director of some consequence who is able to visualize her as a lead in an upcoming production.

During auditions Sharon discovers an interesting fact. The character she is to play is very much like Sharon herself, a girl looking back trying to recapture a vision that can never really be the same. As Sharon realizes this she realizes too that she has reached a point in her career where she no longer needs the compromise of the proposition she had accepted. She can finally tell the three who so brutalized her to go to hell and rely now upon her own talents to either fulfill or not to fulfill her dream. This, coupled with the growing personal relationship with her director enable her finally to cast all illusions aside and accept the perspective of reality for what it is.



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CAST

SHARON AUSTIN .......................... Kim Pope
BEARDED MAN .......................... William Grannell
YOUNG, GOOD LOOKING MAN .......................... Kurt Howard
LARGE ROUGH MAN .......................... Norman Furr
ELDERLY DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN .......................... Eddye Kalish
DIRECTOR .......................... James McDonald
AGENT .......................... Juston Moyan
PROFESSOR .......................... Leo Green


DIRECTOR .......................... Don Schain
PRODUCER .......................... Steven J. Bradford
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY .......................... R. KENT EVANS
SOUND .......................... Paul Stowe
MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY. Harlan Collins & Cam Shinhan
SCRIPT GIRL .......................... Susan Bishop
STILL PHOTOGRAPHER .......................... Robert Putnam
CHIEF GRIP .......................... Clinton R. Smith
MUSIC PRODUCED BY .......................... Happiness, Inc.
RUNNING TIME .......................... 68 MINUTES







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