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INTERNET RELEASE: 2000 (atomfilms.com)Ken Boynton's MUCH ADO ABOUT PUBERTY stands as one of the most irreverent homages to the Bard in cinematic history--and also one of the funniest. Boynton sets Shakespeare's bawdy tone, period costumes, and iambic pentameter to work on suburban America, drawing belly laughs from contrasting the poet's style with a subject most mundane. Puberty is also the source of humor in LOVE CHILD, a dramedy perfectly set in 1975. LOVE CHILD stars Neve Campbell as the beautiful older sister to a tomboy whose best friend is going through his own puberty-driven crises.The British short HOLIDAY ROMANCE and the Australian short PACT, both unusual comedies, round out the LUST FOR LIFE collection. PACT features two lovers whose desperate attempts at a romantic suicide prove faulty and then fatal. HOLIDAY ROMANCE turns the tables on a wanna-be burglar, with the thug trapped inside the house and forced to take care of the vacationing homeowner's pets.