Not a high point in Jacqueline's career (in my opinion). She plays "Ellen Burroughs", a woman who seduces a much younger "Jonathan" (played by Andrew McCarthy), who she later learns is the roommate of her son "Skip" (Rob Lowe). Cliff Robertson played "Mr. Burroughs", Ellen's husband. In the last part of the movie, the script veers off into a subplot about exam-cheating, and the "Ellen" character sort of disappears. It's clear that somewhere along the way, the script got heavily revised.
When the movie came out, Jacqueline was very unhappy about the poster artwork, which had her face drawn on someone else's body, showing a lot of cleavage (she mentioned this on talk shows at the time). But she gamely went ahead and promoted the film.
The movie was directed by Lewis John Carlino, has done some much more regarded films: for example, "The Great Santini" and "The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea". It is available on videotape.