With a dynamic imagination, Lara, the teenage lead, escapes from reality by projecting her problems into a '60s and '70s make-believe world of TV perfect families and disco-dancing schoolmates. Lara's biggest problem is trying to discern the truth while weeding through the mixed messages that she gets from parents and teachers, television and movies, advertising and news, friends and neighbors. The dialogue is real, dealing with teenage problems. . . and an issue that all of us deal with: finding who we are in Christ.