Mila Kunis, Gregory Smith, and Peter Stormare headline director Christian Duguay's tense psychological thriller about a state-of-the-art rehabilitation program for troubled teens that is in reality a penitentiary-style boot camp where adolescents are brutalized and brainwashed. Filmed in Fiji and penned by John Cox and Agatha Dominik, Straight Edge was the first film to utilize the southwest Pacific Ocean island country's five-year-old incentive program that was designed to create jobs while building a solid film production infrastructure. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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I really enjoyed this movie. All the actors did a great job, espacially Mila Kunis, she did a great job on a dramatic role like this (saw this before Black Swan).The story is one that needs to be seen, its hard to believe that people really got away treating teens like this. The setting and the soundtrack of this film really compleates the movie. Worth seeing.
This was an amazing movie. I was sent to a school like this and this helps me know that I'm not the only one. There was never a dull moment and it held even my fiance's attention! Mila was sensational!