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Jailbait (2014)

TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, Romance | Video 18 February 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.

Director:

Jared Cohn

Writer:

Jared Cohn (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sara Malakul Lane ... Anna Nix
Erin O'Brien ... Kody
Steve Hanks ... Frank Baragan
Andray Johnson ... Correction Officer Brown
Jennifer Robyn Jacobs ... Genie (as Jennifer Jacobs)
Samantha Cardona ... Jane
Robert Sisko ... Stepfather
Cynthia Dallas ... Correctional Officer Linda Rays
Bill Devlin ... Mr. Perillo
Marguerite Nocera Marguerite Nocera ... Dr. Xan
Barrett Perlman Barrett Perlman ... Jo
Laura Alexandra Ramos ... Camille
Christabel Rivero ... Betty - Anna's Mother
Tammy Klein ... Judge
David Brite 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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Innocent. Guilty.


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The rubber tie is when Anna is shooting up for the first time the one and gets tucked in differently then it was originally tied. See more »

Quotes

Anna Nix: Everyone here is perverted.
Genie: Fuck you!
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Written by Christopher Cano (as Chris Cano)
Performed by Variation XX featuring Michelle Aragon (as Michaelle Aragon)
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Only one reason to watch this movie.
29 April 2014 | by orangehenryviiiSee all my reviews

Jailbait: The harrowing true story of how beautiful Thai model Sara Malakui Lane became contractually obligated to make movies for The Asylum production company. You know The Asylum, they are the people who make those straight-to-DVD movies that sound like other blockbuster movies, e.g. Battle of Los Angeles, Apocalypse Pompeii, Jack the Giant Killer, you know...the worst movies ever made. Well here is another one, and it is dreadful but you are still going to watch it for the same reason I did, because Sara Malakui Lane is fine as hell and she takes her shirt off more times than Matthew McConaughey on a hot day in Austin. There simply is no other reason to watch this movie folks, unless you enjoy spending an hour and a half watching a movie so bad it looks like their entire technical crew was picked up daily from the parking lot of a Home Depot, and half the cast to boot.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

17 & Life: Jailbait See more »

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The Asylum, Broken Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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