When a US soccer team gets stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash they must face difficult choices to survive. Modern day Lord of the Flies.


Shyam Madiraju





Cast overview, first billed only:
Nate Parker ... Slim
Grant Alan Ouzts Grant Alan Ouzts ... Stephan
James Remar ... Coach DaFoe
Eva Jenickova ... Mrs. DaFoe
Jessica Lowndes ... Elena
Leore Hayon Leore Hayon ... Eva
Eugene Simon ... Kennefick
Diego Boneta ... Arnie
Ethan Peck ... Andreas
Joey Pollari ... Georgie
Ryan Mulkay ... Sevy
Brad Schmidt ... Patton
Rob Mayes ... Markese
Sung Kang ... Connie
Michael Cardelle ... McKenna


After their plane crashes off the coast of a deserted Pacific island, the surviving members of an American soccer team find themselves in the most dire of circumstances with limited resources, dwindling food supply and no rescue coming any time soon. Team spirit evaporates as disagreements cause the group to separate into factions - a violent one lead by an unbalanced ruler (Peck), and a compassionate one led by a selfless player (Parker). Written by Voltage Pictures

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Partly shot in Malaysia See more »


During the last fight, Slim is punching the other guy that's on the ground. From one camera angle, it's his left fist is repeatedly hitting the guy. From another angle, it's his right fist. See more »


References The Beach (2000) See more »

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Well acted thriller
10 November 2019 | by robertemeraldSee all my reviews

I disagree with some reviewers that Eden involves exaggerated over-characterisations, or that the male/female divide is hotheads on the one hand and passivity on the other. Nor is the path to aggression abrupt and unrealistic. They start off with food for less than a week and water about the same, so the changes come as quickly as thirst and starvation make their mark. This is a famous and successful soccer team, young American men who by now are cock-sure of themselves and feel a sense of entitlement. It couldn't have been easy to act in this movie, yet the actors do a really magnificent job. I'd give it more points but for anyone whose seen or read Lord of the Flies, well, you know how it plays out. That's not to say that Eden is not a highly engaging thriller and tense drama, and well worth anyone's Saturday afternoon.

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18 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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