Crime and Punishment in Suburbia

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Released 2000

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Crime and Punishment in Suburbia

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Director:
Rob Schmidt
Released:
2000
Rating:
R
Crime and Punishment in Suburbia is the loose 2000 adaptation of legendary author Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic novel Crime and Punishment, albeit set in ' of course, suburbia. A young surburbian nymphet (Monica Keena, Freddy vs. Jason, While You Were Sleeping) with too much time on her hands, devices a plan to murder her abusive stepfather with the help of close friends. A high school outcast (Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men, Angel, Alpha Dog, Alaska) who is secretly obsessed with her, documents and witnesses everything. But as anybody already knows, no crime is perfect and she is eventually caught in a web of her own deceit for which she has to pay the ultimate price. When nobody believes that she is an innocent, it's up to her admirer to prove it. But is he willing to sacrifice all for a girl who on a normal day wouldn't even know that he was alive?

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    Drama, Suspense

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    Thrillers, Independent, Crime