A Friend's Betrayal
A Friend's Betrayal, also released as Stolen Youth, is a 1996 television drama film directed by Christopher Leitch. The film starred Brian Austin Green, Sharon Lawrence, Harley Jane Kozak, and John Getz. The reviewers were mostly positive about Sharon Lawrence's performance.
Paul Hewitt is an 18-year-old amateur photographer, leading an average life with his parents, Dennis and Abby, and sister, Ella. He is a senior in high school and he is in the middle of making college decisions. His parents have always dreamed for him to become a doctor, but he isn't sure if he even wants go to college. One day, the family receives a visit from Abby's friend, Nina Talbert, whose mother recently died. Nina is a photographer as well, designing covers for music albums. Despite being in a relationship with classmate Cindy, Paul immediately feels attracted to Nina. Nina, feeling lonely since breaking up with her married boyfriend, Robert, bonds with Paul. Abby is trying to cheer Nina up an convinces her to invite Paul to go with her to San Francisco, to look at a college campus.