A group of at-risk are sent to a rehabilitation program housed in a remote camp on the island of Fiji. The film follows Sophie, a Denver teenager who misses her real father and dislikes her new stepfather. When her "acting out" leads to a serious disturbance at a social function, her parents end her to the Advanced Sensitivity Achievement Program (ASAP) in the remote Fiji islands. Although her parents believe that ASAP is a state-of-the-art deluxe institution in a beautiful natural environment turns out to be a prison-like boot camp where they are abused and brainwashed. When her boyfriend back in Denver learns of the true nature of the program, he causes himself to be sent to the camp as well in order to help her escape.