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Back in the ’90s, one of the most terrifying things to adults was the sexuality of young people. While many television films tapped into that heightened fear, one of the most popular was the 1996 classic, Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? and it set the bar for this sort of movie.

Something about the heightened stakes and the film’s ability to feed into parents’ fears with regard to the repercussions of the sexual revolution resonated with audiences, and Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? gained a cult following and strengthened the “young, beautiful women in peril” TV movie genre.

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