One dark and stormy night. Okay. It was not stormy. He drives his T-Bird, along with his self-portrait painting, at high speed seemingly ready to meet his Maker. Painting and all. He stops at the lake where he first fell in love with Coke girl and realizes his life does have a future. His real intention was to toss the painting into the lake and symbolically drown his past. One look at his painting talent says it was a good plan. The film ends with some final wisdom from the adult narrator. As for the girl in the negligee featured in the lobby poster, she is not in this film.
With a budget that would raise no one’s eyebrows and high school level interior sets, this HOWCO International production would have been more accurately produced by, HOWCOME International.