It's to be expected that a "Lifetime Movie" will be predictable, of modest budget, and a way to burn two hours of one's life. But this is bad. Really bad. The Canadian director shot this in Norman, Oklahoma area and by all appearances locally rented his cast, equipment, props, and wardrobe after his arrival. With the exception of the two principal actors (referring to them as actors is being kind) the rest of the cast don't look to have ever delivered a line of dialogue in a school play. This entire production is an embarrassment to the craft of acting and filmmaking.