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Thomas Wiideman, of Roe Street, convinced a girl less than 16 years old to remove her shirt and expose her breasts to him on a two-way, internet video last October, according to the criminal complaint and police. He then exposed his genitals and touched himself in the video, the complaint alleges. Wiideman has been charged with possessing a sexual performance by a child, disseminating indecent materials to minors and promoting a sexual performance of a child less than 17 years of age. In a separate incident, Wiideman allegedly used a hidden video camera to film a woman while she was nude in the vicinity of her bedroom on five separate occasions between March and June.

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Dyer stars as Alice, a smart teen just trying to make it through life at her Catholic high school, where sex education is taught by the overbearing Father Murphy Timothy Simons , who uses kitchen appliances as metaphors for male and female arousal. After a befuddling and nasty rumor about her spreads around school, Alice seeks salvation in the form of a reputation-scrubbing weekend retreat, where she receives an unexpected lesson in lust. The awkward moments are soundtracked by silence or whispers and drawn out into agonizingly long moments. Alice, sheltered and sweet, is completely clueless when it comes to sex slang, and so much of the film is about highlighting what it feels like to live in this fog of misunderstanding: to fake it and keep up with the cool kids, while also experiencing her own physical urges, repressed by the doctrine and hierarchy of her strict Catholic high school.
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