• Publication date: May 9, 2018


Ben has finally got his life in order; star of his high school swim team- with scouts from Stanford coming for the swim meet next week, he has an awesome long-term girlfriend who has stuck by him through thick and thin, but he also is stupid enough to be seduced by Madison who just arrived at his school. But though he and Madison agreed that they should remain friends and that no one should know that this ever happened, Madison had other plans…

  • Publication date: May 9, 2018


Program data

Duration: 90

Production Year: 2002

MBC Max:

May 9, 2018 15:00 (KSA) ~ May 9, 2018 14:00 (CLT)

(mbc.net) (Jesse Bradford)Ben's life was saved by competitive swimming. Once a drug addict who got into crime under the effect and of course to secure the money to buy more drugs, he was sent to a juvenile facility where he cleaned both his body and his mind and discovered his talent for swimming. His girlfriend Amy (Shiri Appleby) stuck by him through it all.

Now Ben is the star of his high school swim team- with the coach (Dan Hedaya) dropping him a hint that scouts from Stanford are going to attend the next swim meet, Ben and Amy  are still happy with each other, and he has the love of his friends and fans and respect of his peers and teachers.

But then Madison (Erika Christensen) arrives at his high school. And through a few, carefully calculated moves, manages to get Ben into the pool one night, then turn the 'swimming lesson' to sex. Though Ben tried to fight her seduction, and got her to agree that they would remain strictly friends and never mention this to a soul, as he was very much in love with Amy, Madison had other plans. She would start to appear and leave her mark in every corner of Ben's life, while deftly destroying everything positive Ben had going for him. Ben now knows she is crazy, but does he have any idea how crazy? And more importantly, can he stop her?

Starring :

  • Jesse Bradford
  • Erika Christensen
  • Shiri Appleby
  • Dan Hedaya
  • Clayne Crawford
  • Jason Ritter

Directed by : John Polson

Rating : PG-13 for mature thematic elements, sexual content, disturbing images and language.