Rave (film)

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Rave
Poster for feature film, Rave.jpg
Directed by Ronald Krauss
Produced by Michael Kolko
Ronald Krauss
Ilan Lewinger
Written by Ronald Krauss
Kristine A. Tata (writer)
Starring Efren Ramirez
Douglas Spain
Aimee Graham
Nicholle Tom
Dante Basco
Franco Vega
Music by Jeffrey R. Gund
Cinematography Mario Zavala
Distributed by Lightyear Entertainment
Release date
  • 2000 (2000)
Country United States
Language English

Rave is a 2000 American film written and directed by Ronald Krauss and starring Efren Ramirez, Douglas Spain, Aimee Graham, Nicholle Tom, Dante Basco and Franco Vega.

Plot[edit]

It is Saturday night in Los Angeles and six teenagers are in search of the hottest rave in the city. In one day, we see a portrait of these teenagers finding their way through all the temptations, attractions and dangers of the wild underbelly of Los Angeles.

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