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The Assignment (2012)

| Drama, Romance
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Obie (Erica Marks) is second-in-command in the Vigils, an established student secret society at Trinity High School. Brother Leon (Adam McCort) enlists the Vigils' help, wishing to use ... See full summary »

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Erica Marks ...
Obie
Adam Dolman ...
Archie
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Jerry Renault
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Brother Leon
David Arnason ...
Father Dominic
Adriana Chartrand ...
Sammy
Cody McCullough ...
Carter
Amanda Emms ...
Christina
Thane Dominic-Carr ...
Janza
Hersh Seth ...
Brother Maurice
Tamara Nyysola ...
Sister Catherine
Patrick Gratton ...
Frankie Bolo
Marilyn Loat ...
Miss Taylor
Jason Marks ...
Charlie
Marc Lagace ...
Bailey
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Obie (Erica Marks) is second-in-command in the Vigils, an established student secret society at Trinity High School. Brother Leon (Adam McCort) enlists the Vigils' help, wishing to use their influence to convince students to sell overpriced fundraiser chocolates. When new student, Jerry Renault (Garrett Hnatiuk), refuses to participate, Obie attempts to persuade him to sell the chocolates. Obie and Jerry begin a secret romance, though Jerry continues to refuse to sell. As Obie witnesses the Vigils escalate their bullying and harassment tactics against Jerry, she is forced to examine her involvement with the elite group that once protected her, but that now seems ready to destroy everyone she cares about. Written by Theodoros Zegeye-Gebrehiwot

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The Assignment (2012) is thus far the second of two feature film adaptations of Robert Cormier's novel "The Chocolate War" (1974). The first feature film adaptation was The Chocolate War (1988), directed by Keith Gordon and starring John Glover, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Wallace Langham, and Doug Hutchison. See more »

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