Small Windows 1972

Small Windows 1972

Small Windows 1972
1h 23min | Drama, Romance | Video 1972


Following the death of his mother 13-year-old Jon is sent to live with his cousin Anne. Soon, the two begin to grow close, and a relationship develops.


Small Windows is the story of 13-year-old Jon (Mark Presser) and his quest to find a better life after the passing of his mother. While his father completes business matters in Europe, Jon is sent to live with his uncle Lyle (David Strongin) and his older cousin Anne (Deborah Syrdal), whom he’s never met, at their cottage in Lake Tahoe. Lyle soon heads back to San Francisco on work related matters and leaves Anne to take care of Jon. While Lyle is away, Jon meets two local hoodlums, Evan and Billy (Myles Telford, Richard Connelly) and together they explore the world of petty crime and drinking.
Soon after Jon’s arrival, he begins to grow closer to Anne as the two spend more time together much to the disapproval of Anne’s new boyfriend. But as any curious boy would do, he continues to test the waters and explore these new feelings. Will anything come out of this relationship? See it through “Small Windows.”

Director: Scott Forslund
Writers: Scott Forslund, Tim Ryerse
Stars: Richard Connelly, Mark Presser, David Strongin

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Small Windows 1972

Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media / Version 2
Codec ID : mp42 (mp42/isom)
File size : 612 MiB
Duration : 1h 31mn
Overall bit rate : 939 Kbps

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6 Responses to Small Windows 1972

  1. Karl says:

    This link doesn’t seem to work, or is it just me?

  2. Franz-Josef Haglauer says:

    What a pity that the video file has such a poor quality! There are nice scenes like the nude little boys in the boathouse…
    But I’m quite sure there isn’t any master left for digital remastering…

    • steve says:

      True! That’s a really good scene but like you say it’s too bad that this is the only quality available.
      You can’t win’em all…

      • Orion4 says:

        Yes, the visual quality suffers from a distractingly soft focus and age degradation too. My HQ digital copy was captured from a new (unopened) VHS cassette tape around 2005. Still, the file available here, is slightly better than what I have.

  3. Scott says:

    Jon has a long tinkle!

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