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Wasted on the Young (2010)

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When a high school party goes dangerously off the rails, one teenager finds that revenge is just a computer click away.

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Ben C. Lucas

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Ben C. Lucas
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Cast

Credited cast:
Oliver Ackland ... Darren
Adelaide Clemens ... Xandrie
Alex Russell ... Zack
Patrick Cullen ... Shay
Rhondda Findleton ... Cassandra
Georgina Haig ... Simone
Geraldine Hakewill ... Ella
T.J. Power ... Brook (as TJ Power)
Tom Stokes ... Jonathan
Kym Thorne Kym Thorne ... Karenn
Daniel Buckle Daniel Buckle ... Boy 1
Nathan Coenen ... Young Boy
Alistair Cooke ... Party Goer 1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Bennet ... Cyber Bully
Aisling Rose McGrogan Aisling Rose McGrogan ... Cheerleader (as Aisling McGrogan)
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When a high school party goes dangerously off the rails, one teenager finds that revenge is just a computer click away.

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Youth is innocent until proven guilty. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, disturbing behavior, language, drug use, drinking, and brief graphic nudity - all involving teens | See all certifications »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 March 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Juventude Perdida See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$53,844
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WBMC See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

There are no adults seen in this entire film. Most likely to contribute to how much freedom the teenagers already have. See more »

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They Took A Vote and Said No
Written and Performed by Sunset Rubdown
Courtesy of Absolutely Kosher
By Arrangement with Bank Robber Music
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Strong message carried in unusual - rather strange - format
7 January 2013 | by maros612See all my reviews

What I liked about this movie was that it made a very strong point on how dramatically can a life go south when you are young, fragile and think you're invincible and free to experiment all you want without serious consequences. In that light, it's a real eye opener, as I believe it's getting more and more hard for people to be young and safe at the same time.

I'm afraid the movie itself wasn't too much of a good job. Most of the scenes were over-dramatized, the dialogs did not offer much and there ass little room for exploring the true minds and souls of the characters.

What got my attention was the style of scenes - very contemporary cold-feeling interiors, design and colors mixed with the techno club music. All this was accompanied by visual effects like fast forwarding or slow motion. As a matter of fact, it was a dynamic cut. Maybe little too dynamic - there were certain scenes that were only visualized imaginations of characters and then the movie rolled back - which might have taken a while for the viewer to actually understand. These daydream-like flashes were triggering almost randomly and most of the time viewer could have very hard time understanding what has or hasn't happened.

Mood and content wise, the movie crushed everything possibly beautiful in a blood bath of modern darkness and shallowness, but I think it was meant to leave a reaction of bitterness in you, since the scenes and plot was quite drastic. In a strange way, it might be the intended message of the movie for the viewer to pick up.


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