Two teenagers die during a Spring Break trip to the Miami beach.

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Carson Mackie
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Ted
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Amy Gorman
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It's Spring break, and South Beach swarms with students looking for fun without minding the rules much. After a wild pool party, two students waking up totally drunk find a girl's corpse with a broken neck: Tiffany Heitzenrader (19, fake ID Rachel Moon), who was raped posthumously; her friend Carson Mackie, CEO of a sex video production firm with a rape record, is the obvious suspect but confesses only to the necrophilia. Trey Hanson (19, registered drug user) is found in swim-shorts on the bottom of a hotel pool, not drowned but covered in bruises from bad beatings, most from previous dates, the last may have predated and caused his fatal aneurysm; three mates say his THC level resulted from a dare who could inhale longest, then they dove from the roof with him during the party. Next Amy Gorman escapes an attempted rape; she has bite marks which may be identifiable, and there may well be an accidental private video recording as it happened on the beach where a memory-stick is found, ... Written by KGF Vissers

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28 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Tiffany (the Jane Doe on the beach) breathes throughout her post-mortem. See more »

Quotes

Amy Gorman: I swear, I already told you everything I remember, okay?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Amy?
Amy Gorman: You said my bite marks couldn't help. What's changed all of a sudden?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Actually, it's not all of a sudden. The blood from the bruising is absorbed back into the skin over time. Giving us a greater definition of the bite mark.
Amy Gorman: Teeth are like fingerprints. I know. I can't, I'm sorry. I just want to go back home and pretend none of this ever happened to me.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: And that's understandable.
Amy Gorman: You think I'm awful.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: No, I don't. I think you're a ...
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Up To The Top
Music by Nick Traina, Aaron Nagel, Adam Pereria, Joey Bustos, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin
Performed by Link 80
Courtesy of Asian Man Records
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