Beat Girl is a 1960 British coming of age film from French director Edmond T. Greville. Set in the late 1950s, the film explores the youth rebellion of the time period through the story of Jennifer Linden (Gillian Hills), who spends her time in clubs listening to Jazz. The film begins when Jennifer's father, Paul (David Farrar), marries a young woman from Paris, Nichole (Noelle Adam), who is just slightly older than Jennifer. However, Jennifer does not like her new step-mother, and she seeks to make life miserable for Nichole. One day, Jennifer is hanging out at a Jazz club when she discovers that Dodo (Shirley Anne Field), a stripper from across the street, is friends with Nichole. Jennifer soon finds out that Nichole was once a stripper as well, and she uses this information to embarrass her father. Yet things go awry for Jennifer when she attracts the eye of the strip club owner (Christopher Lee).