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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Anastasia and Eden travel to Florida. For a week they must live under the rules of the strict rules of the Armstrongs, a family of devout Christians. The teens must follow rules that include no drink and drugs, no swearing and no raising of voices. They work on the Armstrongs' ranch and are only allowed strictly supervised visits to the outside world. Can Anastasia learn to grow up and stop saying no? Can Eden learn to master his rage?
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