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||IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 from votes
||Release: 20 July 2014 (USA) /
||Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
||Director: Christine Conradt,
||Stars: Alex Paxton-Beesley, Allison Graham, Catherine Dent, Chloe Rose, Erin Sanders, Jefferson Brown, Kevin Bundy, Lindsay Gerro, Michael Woods, Rick Burchill, Rob Stewart, Sarah McVie, Sophie Gendron, Vanessa Morgan, Zack Peladeau
||Synopsis: When 17-year-old Traci is lured into believing one of her friends was sexually assaulted by a teacher, she makes the mistake of lying to support the girl's story and is consumed with guilt when the teacher then commits suicide. But this is just the beginning. Caught up in a web of deceit, Traci befriends and confides in a female teacher that's more connected to the scam than Traci realizes, putting the girl in serious danger. Written by Reel One Entertainment
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Guilty at 17 was carried by one of the movie channels and aired on July
6 when I caught it, happening to be awake when otherwise I'd normally
be in bed.
The film gets right to the point: with allegations of sexual abuse. The
premise is perfect for a sizzling tennis match with conflicting
testimonies, hidden agendas, teenage angst under peer pressure and
undercover investigative work to search for the truth. However, bad
script writing then takes over and we're left with a half-hearted
badminton match between two key personalities, the heroine and the
villainess. Both appear hamstrung by some ludicrous moments in the
script that render the film almost comical.
As a viewer, I thought June Gailey's grief simply too mechanical at the
teacher's suicide. Her moment of denial at his death is fleeting. Her
anger was non-existent. Her recollection of happier times with him is
blatantly absent. She moves straight to the final stage of bereavement
by token acceptance. The audience is left bewildered at her decision to
then turn around and investigate this suicide as suspicious. Overall,
Alex Paxton-Beesly starts with tremendous potential since she's the
"living" victim of a dastardly deed but the directors squander this
capital by canning her emotional expression.
Chloe Rose plays the bad girl Devon Cavanor and I think she does a
terrific job being the pathological schemer eventually caught up in her
own game. The scenes of conflict between June and Devon are there in
theory but are simply not exploited.
The audience expects a dramatic flare up between the two women in the
classic sense: "good" girl against "bad" girl. Alas, there's no
shouting or screaming, pulling of hair, glass shattering, dishes
smashing and tables tumbling. There's no passion at all! It might be
corny but even some little action between the heroine and the villain,
a little hot, intense girl on girl fight scene, for example, would bump
up the entertainment value, providing some dramatic relief to the
monotony of poor script.
Finally, many of the personalities portrayed appear "out of character"
with their real person seeming to take over at times, leaving one
wondering whether we're still in the movie or in a reality TV series.
Overall the film needs some serious editing and a major script overhaul
but that's probably not to be expected from its Canadian producers.
Tags for Guilty at 17 (TV Movie 2014) Full Movie
, Allison Graham
, Catherine Dent
, Chloe Rose
, Erin Sanders
, Jefferson Brown
, Kevin Bundy
, Lindsay Gerro
, Michael Woods
, Rick Burchill
, Rob Stewart
, Sarah McVie
, Sophie Gendron
, Vanessa Morgan
, Zack Peladeau
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