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Rated R · 105 minutes · 1999
Seeking revenge, a young man (Damon Jones) feigns allegiance to skinheads who raped his girlfriend and drove her to suicide.
Director: Randolph Kret
Writer: Randolph Kret
Producer: Dave Bennett, Scott Grusin, David J. Hill, Shaun Hill and Vince Rotonda
Cast: Damon Jones, Dave Ward, David Wilson, Aimee Chaffin, Angela Jones, Anna Padgett, Dan Weene, Ann Zupa, Brandon Slater and Jason Posey

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