After the government realizes that there is a gathering of adolescents have powerful capacities, they chose to bolt them up as a wellbeing of the general public. By a way, a young lady called Ruby from those youngsters figured out how to get away. She collaborates with a gathering of youngsters to battle against the grown-ups who control everything.
Although the film's ending is relatively open-ended, [director Jennifer] Yuh Nelson's message of mobilization is an urgent message, specifically for a young audience, which it goes to great lengths to understand and serve.
Notable for its willingness to display coarse language (kids these days), and nasty behavior - it's a dystopia; when mind-control powers are in play, is it really so surprising that they get used for murder, rape, and torture?