Directed by Nathan Hughes-Berry
A young teacher takes a job at an unusual private school, where she discovers that the boys have a sinister power over the girls. As the boys' behavior becomes increasingly threatening, she uncovers the source of the girls' fear; an ominous locked door at the back of the classroom.
A young teacher takes a job at an unusual private school where the boys have a sinister power over the girls.
Cast: Madeleine Sims-Fewer, David Bamber, Anna Hogarth, Ben Kerfoot, Haruka Abe
Nice little twist there. A little more.
I agree with the people saying this was just a misogynist's fantasy, I don't think it says anything about our western society...I don't think there's even any message to be conveyed here, and if there was it just went completely over my head as I was too busy not falling asleep and banging my face on the desk
Just a pervy sexist's creepy fantasy, really, disguised as some weak message about society, barely. The second scull is just for decent acting and film work.
The message behind this garbage was absolutely appalling and trash like this should not even be allowed to be distributed. If there were more of story line and a considerable ending where one of the females were to fight back it would be a decent film. This short lacks substance and seems to just be a fanatical fantasy film of a despicable writer and director. I would give 0/0 skulls, this trash should be removed!