Walking home with her 12-year-old daughter after midnight on the Fourth of July, Teena crosses paths with some local losers to be brutally gang raped with her daughter Bethie watching. Bethie is able to identify the rapists, but when the rapists hire a hot shot attorney who attacks Teena's character, Dromoor, a local police officer who was first on the scene when police were called, starts to take matters into his own hands.
Rik van Oijen
Did You Know?
At one point in pre-production Nicolas Cage was attached to direct but due to scheduling conflicts he gave the director's chair to Johnny Martin. See more
The shots of the outside of the courthouse are from an Atlanta courthouse (approx. 1hr 13 min in), not a NY state courthouse where the trial would have been (the monument is easily identifiable as the one in DeKalb county). See more
Draw the Line
Written and Performed by Kelly Pardekooper
Courtesy of Black Toast Music See more