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The Perfect Score


The Perfect Score
The Perfect Score

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"The Perfect Score," a teen crime comedy produced by MTV Films, is about six senior high school students who band together and develop a plan to heist the SAT exam from a local testing facility in order to prevent the test from unfairly defining who they will become and provide them with perfect scores.

Each person within the group has their own set of circumstances that lead them to decide that the only true way to have a hand in their own fate is by cheating the system.

Kyle, played by Chris Evans, is an aspiring architect who dreams of attending an Ivy League school, but he repeatedly scores below what is required for acceptance in the school of his choice. He develops a plan with his best friend, Matty (Bryan Greenberg), who is heart-broken when his low SAT scores result in a rejection letter from Maryland, the university that his girlfriend attends. Anne (Erika Christensen), a good girl who is pressured to meet her parents standards of academic excellence and innocense, is in need of some badly needed excitement and joins in the heist. Along with her comes Desmond (Darius Miles), a basketball star urged by his mother to forgo the NBA for college, but he needs to pass the SAT to get in. Joining the scheme for kicks is an anti-establishment girl named Francesca (Scarlett Johansson), who provides access inside the local testing facility. To complete the scheming six is Roy (Leonard Nam), a loner who overhears the plot by accident. In the process of their heist and in as much as they seemed not to have anything in common, it is through getting to know each other that they discover themselves and some important self-revelatory lessons.
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