The sixteen year-old teenager Nicole Walker has moved to the house by the lake of her father, the architect Steve Walker, to live with her stepmother Laura and her brother Toby. Her best friends are Margo Masse and Gary Rohmer that study with her in the high school. When Nicole meets David McCall in a night-club, she has a crush on and dates him. David becomes obsessed by Nicole and one day he sees her friend Gary kissing and hugging her and he hits him. Nicole breaks with him but David continues to follow her. Steve decides to investigate the young man and he finds that he is an orphan that has spent most of his life in reformatories. The hell breaks loose in Nicole's life when David kills Gary and trashes the Mustang of her father. Steve breaks in his house and destroys everything inside. Now David and his gang go to Steve's house to payback. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The attraction was obvious. The Danger wasn't.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong graphic violence and terror, sexuality, language and drug use
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Did You Know?
When David and his friends go to Margo's house so that David can apologize to Nicole, she attempts to leave in her SUV. When the camera is focused on the back of the vehicle, you can see the reverse lights on but can also hear the engine turning over at the same time. The reverse lights only come on when the vehicle is in reverse and also cannot be started unless it's in park or neutral. See more
[calling upstairs to Nicole in the shower
Nicole, save some hot water for your father!
Written by Sean Carlin, Jer Herring, Adam Sherburne, Phillip Stier
(Contains Samples of "Friendly Fascism")
Performed by Dink
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under License from CEMA Special Markets
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. & Amusement Control
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