In 1976 I was eleven years old and I know that I went to see this film in our local theater more than once, actually without my parents.
What has been your biggest achievement? The story, as unsubtle as it was, caught the imagination of audiences enough to warrant a television series spin-off, if not an actual sequel.
Was anyone else excited to see Jenny Agutter kick some ass for a few moments, or was it just me? When I was six, I came back from Singapore and I was a boarder at the Elmhurst Ballet school in Surrey.
She was discovered at , a boarding school she attended from ages eight to sixteen, when a casting agent looked for a young English-speaking girl for a film.
It was a scene about innocence.