Barely Lethal DVD

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Megan Walsh isn't your typical teenager. Trained as a special ops agent under the tutelage of the ruthless Maxwell Hardman in the elite secret training programme known as the Prescott School for Girls, she's never even set foot in an average high school.

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Released
26 October 2015
Directors
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96 minutes 
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PAL 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. A teenage special ops agent yearning for a ""normal"" adolescence fakes her own death and enrolls as an exchange student in a typical American high school. She quickly learns that surviving the treacherous waters of teenhood can be more difficult than international espionage.

Hailee Steinfeld stars as a teenage spy in this action comedy. Agent 83 (Steinfeld) has been trained since birth to become a government agent under the watchful eye of Hardman (Samuel L. Jackson) at the Prescott Academy. On a mission to capture wanted arms dealer Victoria Knox (Jessica Alba), Megan takes the opportunity to leave her life of espionage behind by faking her own death to start a new life as a regular 16-year-old. She enrols in a student exchange program, is adopted by the Larson family and embarks upon a normal teenage life as high school student Megan Walsh. But in her pursuit of normality, Megan soon finds out it's not easy being an average high school teenager.

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