Redbox Find! Yay! I definitely was not interested in this film initially because of Kiera Knightley's involvement, but the subject matter finally piqued me enough for a Saturday movie night.
While Kiera does play a significant role, the film's viewpoint is really from the main character (played by Katherine Mulligan). So yay! And you get to not like Kiera's character in the film for awhile, so I was happy with that lol.
The film explores a possible outcome of life if we "farmed" human beings for their organs. The main characters grow up in a relatively humane home compared to the homes that become prevalent when they become young adults. It really is a powerful social commentary, and a worthwhile $1.00 spent.