R | | Drama, Romance
Teenage Kim is in love with her father, Victor, a middle class L.A. businessman who's sleeping with her peer, Jean, while Victor's wife is sleeping with a local novelist. Kim seduces Victor's business partner, Ted, to get to Victor.
Actress Joan Kaye was married to the film's lead actor Bernard Barrow, who played Victor.
No wonder everybody's rioting. How are we expected to raise decent, law-abiding citizens? I think the governor should be forced to come down here, and see how this street has deteriorated.
Male chairperson of civic meeting: Fran, chair hasn't recognized you.
Fran: Well you never recognize ...
The entire credits for GLASS HOUSES are played over a scene close to the film's beginning where Deirdre Lenihan's character Kim is waiting for father Victor, played by Bernard Barrow, to return home from his latest tryst. There are no credits whatsoever at the film's end, a distinguishing feature of this movie compared to others, which often split the credits to the start and finish of the particular motion picture.
The Australian broadcast of the film in 1990 on late-night television was rated AOM, being Adults Only Modified for Television, meaning that the film was censored for television viewing. The 1995 broadcast of the movie was rated M, which did not mention for viewers if it had been cut for TV unlike the film's previous rating.
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