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Just cause a movie is on the edge and griddy does not make it a good movie. Just cause its independent does not make it a good movie. This movie was borderline "ok" if ya want to see a racial type movie, but for a rave movie it fails miserably. I was drawn in to see it cause the description I read about the movie said "if you have never experienced a rave, here is your chance." This movie portrayed beyond a worse case scenario for a rave. In my three years of raving I never saw anything that closely resembled this, and I have been to parties all over southern Cali, including L.A. Sure there were a few over doses, but thats not a rave, its stupidity. Overall it seems that the director, as most, tried to portray a culture with a very biased view and who has probably never experienced a rave in real life and did not bother to interview real ravers for some expertise. It wanted to show it as an evil that it is not. Well I am busy now, so guess that is enough said.
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