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Jailbait (2014)

Anna Nix is sent to a juvenile prison for the murder of her abusive stepfather. In the prison, she discovers relationships, drugs, complex mental illness, and her eventual search for redemption.

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Cast

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Anna Nix
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Kody
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Frank Baragan
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Correction Officer Brown
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Genie (as Jennifer Jacobs)
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Jane
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Stepfather
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Correctional Officer Linda Rays
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Mr. Perillo
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Dr. Xan
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Jo
Laura Alexandra Ramos ...
Camille
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Betty - Anna's Mother
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Judge
David Brite ...
Mr. White
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A gritty coming of age thriller about a young girl sent to juvenile prison for the murder of her abusive stepfather. The film follows Anna Nix's journey into the dark world of an all girls jail where she discovers complex relationships, drugs, mental illness, and her eventual search for redemption. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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18 February 2014 (USA)  »

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17 & Life: Jailbait  »

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Trivia

Sarah Malakul Lane, the star of the movie, was dating writer-director Jared Cohn during the filming. See more »

Goofs

When Ana is going out to the yard for the first time Kody and her gang are lined up behind her and then the next minute only two of them are there and the rest are spread out. See more »

Quotes

Frank Baragan: I'll tell you what. You don't want to go back to solitary.
Frank Baragan: Then whatcha gonna do? You're gonna give me the best blowjob you've ever given.
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Soundtracks

Darkest Hour
Written by Nathan Owen
Performed by Owenstone
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A letter to Netflix
7 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is the letter I wrote to Netflix after having watched the movie...

Hi Netflix!

My friends and I wanted to watch a movie last night and scrolled through your list of independent movies with strong female leads. "Jailbait" sounded interesting so we watched it. The movie made us all feel really really sick! Instead of a strong female lead the movie was like a low budget soft porn movie starring a women who looked like a trafficking victim with huge silicon implants (she was supposed to play a 17 year old A-student). It's really not appropriate to show such hyper sexist movies, especially not under that category!


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