On the Edge of Innocence Trailer

On the Edge of Innocence Trailer (1997)

20 April 1997 90 mins

Teenage Zoe Tyler suffers from manic-depression. With a musician father who is never around life seems hard. Zoe eventually lands up in a psychiatric ward for treatment. There she meets Jake, an unstable teenager with an anger problem. They fall in love and are soon separated by their doctors, psychiatrists and parents. Fuming, Jake suddenly sees a chance for escape and takes Zoe with him, along with a few other patients. After a trip around the country, Jake and Zoe must face up to their illness and their crime.

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Kellie Martin

as Zoe Tyler

James Marsden

as Jake Walker

Lisa Jakub

as Ally Winthrop

Jamie Kennedy

as Luke Canby

Terry O'Quinn

as David Walker

Jessica Harper

as Alice Walker

Kevin Dunn

as Dr. Darbico


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United States 20 April 1997

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