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Jailbait (2000)

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A popular high-school senior boy is accused of the statutory rape of a high-school sophomore girl.


Allan Moyle





Cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Frewer ... Al Fisher
Mary Gross ... Patti Fisher
Kevin Mundy ... Adam Fisher
Reagan Pasternak ... Amber
Aly Purrott-Armstrong ... Gynger (as Alycia Purrott)
Scott McCord ... Chuck Clopperman
Mo Gaffney ... Lydia Stone
John Anderson John Anderson ... Reporter #3
James Binkley James Binkley ... Crazed Cell Mate
Joe Bostick ... Salacious Juror
Melanie Boyko Melanie Boyko ... Dancer #1
Katherine Caldwell Katherine Caldwell ... Dancer #2
John Henry Canavan ... Johnny
Vanessa Cobham Vanessa Cobham ... Dancer #3
Tiffany Deriveau Tiffany Deriveau ... Penny


Adam (Kevin Mundy) is a senior at Gatlin High. His girlfriend Amber (Reagan Pasternak) is "saving herself for marriage." In the meantime he gets acquainted with Gynger (Alycia Purrott) and gets her pregnant. The local prosecutor Lydia Stone (Mo Gaffney) is running for mayor and decides to charge Adam with statutory rape to get the "moral majority" vote. Written by R.O.M.

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A comedy about getting off.....with probation


Drama | Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for nudity and sexual content involving teens | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Did You Know?


During both of Gynger's hospital scenes, you can hear a "Dr. Moyle" called on the PA. Allan Moyle is the director. See more »


A crew member can be seen in the passenger's side back seat during the opening credits where Adam is driving around. See more »

Crazy Credits

Three versions of the credits exist. The edited MTV version shows a segment about what the film was based on. The first time the movie aired on MTV, the music video for Fenix, TX's "All My Fault" (theme from the movie) was shown on the credits. The DVD omits both those endings and instead shows bloopers and outtakes from the film. See more »

Alternate Versions

The first two begining credits saying "Once Upon a Time Films" and "an Allan Moyle film" are not shown on the edited MTV version. It simply starts the film at the part where it says the name of the film on the screen. The edited MTV version shows an alternate take on the sex scene in the car. Instead of showing the sex inside of the car, it shows the outside window fogged up with moaning in the background. A hand then swipes over the window like on "Titanic". See more »


Referenced in Weirdsville (2007) See more »

User Reviews

A good movie by MTV standards.
23 November 2000 | by deathduckSee all my reviews

The movie was okay, at least for an MTV made for television jobber. The story was a little cliche and there were some bad moments, but overall it was good enough. The acting in many cases though, was actually well done. All of the teens were very believable (as they should be) and the grownups were equally well played. The movie also had it's funny moments. Not much can be said for the cinematography or direction, they were pretty standard fare, but on the whole they were satisfactory. Overall, a good movie, could have been better, but for MTV it was good.

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Release Date:

16 April 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Jailbait - Auf der High School ist die Hölle los See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Production Co:

Once Upon a Time Films See more »
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