This was my final project for a high school film class I took in the 1970s. No real drugs or alcohol were consumed during filming. There were strict penalties for drug and alcohol use, up to and including expulsion, so when the authority figure walks in at the end, it was understood that the punishment would be severe. The titles were hand-drawn by a friend and the actors were various residents of Day Hall South. The school was Phillips Academy (Andover, Mass.) and there was a lot of hoopla about the school celebrating its bicentennial, which is why the film is named P.A. 200.

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