AroView: A delectable romantic tale of life in a truck-stop town for mom and two teenage daughters adds up to much more than the sum of its incidental parts. Quirky yet broadly appealing through a truthful script and finely-honed, charismatic performances.
Synopsis: Love and sex complicate the lives of Nora Evans (Brooke Adams) and her two teenage daughters in this smart, sassy film about coming of age in a small New Mexico town. Seventeen-year-old Trudi Evans (Ione Skye) is beautiful, rebellious and very promiscuous - much to the dismay of her mother. Her younger sister Shade fantasizes about love while watching afternoon movie matinees. And Nora auditions a colorful cast of suitors while waiting tables in the local diner. Life takes a wild turn when Trudi announces she’s pregnant - and the father of her baby mysteriously disappears. The girls’ long lost father (James Brolin) appears out of nowhere, hoping to make up for lost time. Shaping their lives in unpredictable ways, each new change teaches Nora and her daughters about love, life and each other.