Every day in America 10,000 teenagers catch a sexually transmitted disease, 2400 young girls get pregnant and 55 young people are infected with HIV.
Directed by James Houston and produced by Neal Weisman, the film was shot by Claudia Raschke-Robinson (Mad Hot Ballroom) and edited by Richard Hankin (Capturing The Friedmans). Co-producer is Amy Hobby (Secretary), music is by J Ralph (The Cove, Man On Wire)/The Rumor Mill. Executive Producer is Netscape founder Jim Clark (The Cove). Produced in collaboration with Advocates for Youth, a leading non-profit organization dealing with issues relating to adolescent sexuality.