Cinema: The New Pictures, Apr. 28, 1952

Tomorrow Is Too Late (Rizzoli-Amato; Joseph Burstyn) is a delicate story of confused adolescent love and shame. When a couple of starry-eyed students (Pier Angeli and Gino Leurini) are caught in a storm in the woods and spend the night innocently in an abandoned church, a puritanical summer-camp directress brands them moral outcasts. The girl tries to drown herself, but is saved in the nick of time by the boy and two sympathetic teachers (Vittorio De Ska and American Lois Maxwell), who have been fighting for more enlightened sex education for students.

But, unfortunately, the unconventional theme gets only heavily conventional...

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