Canadian Classic Cinema – The New Waterford Girl

A movie for a younger audience, perhaps – not a bad flick for those whom might be bored on a Sunday afternoon – “The New Waterford Girl” offers under-aged drinking, drug-taking and fighting during the 1970’s

Mooney, a young Canadian girl from the East Coast, is drastically seeking a way to leave her small, Nova Scotia town for her chance at a new life in New York after being awarded a scholarship which her mother disapproves of. A young girl, Lou Benzoa – a tough rock ’em sock ’em chick from New York, who’s special powers work wonders on the guilty – moves next door with her single mother, to (Mooney) – who then fakes a pregnancy to be shipped out of town by her embarrassed, Catholic family… and so on…

 

– altered by Hystoria

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