Three teens living in LA, all victims of extreme childhoods, wreak a hedonistic riot across the city over the course of 48 hours, unbound by societal norms. They take us on a rip-roaring ride of drugs and murder across Los Angeles.

  • 1 hr 30 minR
  • Jun 4, 2021
  • Drama

Cast & Crew

  • Amber HeardActor

  • John CorbettActor

    John Corbett is an American actor who received Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor, for his role as Chris Stevens in Northern Exposure (1990), and a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Aidan Shaw in Sex and the City (1998). John was born John Joseph Corbett on May 9, 1961 in Wheeling, West Virginia, to Sandra (Pavilack) and John Marshall Corbett. He is of English, Irish, Lithuanian, and Russian-Jewish descent. John was raised Catholic, and graduated from Wheeling Central Catholic High School in 1979. He subsequently worked at a boiler-making factory in California for six years. After sustaining an injury, he left the factory to enroll at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California to study hairdressing, and took acting classes in the evenings. Corbett began his acting career with a guest role in The Wonder Years (1988). His breakthrough role came two years later when he was cast as Chris Stevens in Northern Exposure (1990), for which he received Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. He then played the lead role in The Visitor (1997), for which he received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actor. Corbett portrayed one of Sarah Jessica Parker's love interests in Sex and the City (1998), for which he received his second Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. In 2002, he starred as the male lead opposite Nia Vardalos in the blockbuster romantic comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002), and reprised his role in its sequel, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016). Corbett also starred as the husband of Toni Collette's character in United States of Tara (2009), and portrayed guitarist Josiah 'Flash' Bacon in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (2015). Corbett has been in a relationship with actress Bo Derek since 2002, and the couple reside on a ranch in Santa Ynez, California. Aside from acting, he has released two country music albums, "John Corbett" in 2006 and "Leaving Nothin' Behind" in 2013.
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  • Charlie PlummerActor

    Charlie Plummer stars in the A24 release Lean On Pete, written and directed by Andrew Haigh (45 Years) and featuring Steve Buscemi, Chloë Sevigny and Travis Fimmel. At the end of 2017, he appeared in Ridley Scott's kidnap thriller All the Money in the World, playing John Paul Getty III alongside Christopher Plummer, Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg, shooting in Rome, Jordan and London. Forthcoming features include Spontaneous opposite Katherine Langford, Words on Bathroom Walls alongside Taylor Russell, Andy Garcia, Walton Goggins and Molly Parker, Clovehitch with Dylan McDermott, Gully with Amber Heard, Kelvin J. Harrison and Jacob Latimore, and Share, written and directed by Pippa Bianco. Charlie played the titular role in King Jack, which won the Audience Award at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, released theatrically in 2016. He was most recently seen in the 2017 indie drama thriller, The Dinner, opposite Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan, Chloë Sevigny and Rebecca Hall, written and directed by Oren Moverman. Charlie began his professional career in Sopranos' creator David Chase's feature film, Not Fade Away, and the same year was cast in a recurring role in HBO's award-winning Boardwalk Empire. He was also a series regular on the Netflix cold war drama Granite Flats, starring with Christopher Lloyd and Parker Posey. Charlie splits time between New York City and upstate, with his mother, actress Maia Guest, father, writer and producer John Christian Plummer, younger brother James, and Luigi, their English bulldog.
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  • Jacob LatimoreActor

    Hailed by Variety, Indiewire and The Wrap as an exciting breakout star, Jacob Latimore is quickly emerging as one of the most talented and versatile actors of his generation. Recently Latimore drew strong critical acclaim for his star turn as Bo in 2016 Sundance Film Festival favorite SLEIGHT, directed by JD Dillard. Praising his natural charisma and ability to successfully operate in the realms of drama, romance, comedy and action, multiple publications named Latimore as one of Sundance's most talented emerging stars. "Sleight" was acquired at the festival by WWE Studios and Blumhouse Productions, who will be releasing the film in theaters across the country in April 2017. Hot on the heels of Sundance 2016, Latimore was cast in "Collateral Beauty," directed by Oscar-winner David Frankel, and starring Will Smith, Edward Norton, Keira Knightley, Michael Peña, Naomie Harris and Oscar-winners Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren. "Collateral Beauty" will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures in December 2016. Latimore was featured in two of 2014's biggest box office smash hits, co-starring as Ramon in Universal Pictures' RIDE ALONG starring Ice Cube, Kevin Hart and John Leguizamo, and in a supporting role in 20th Century Fox's dystopian sci-fi thriller "The Maze Runner." In 2013, Latimore starred as Langston in Fox Searchlight's "Black Nativity" working with a superstar cast featuring Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Tyrese Gibson, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige and Nas. Latimore made his feature film debut in a lead role in Magnet Releasing's 2010 post-apocalyptic thriller "Vanishing on 7th Street" starring Hayden Christensen and John Leguizamo. Latimore was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
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  • Jonathan MajorsActor

    Jonathan graduated from the Yale School of Drama with an MFA in acting. Jonathan is a recipient of the National Society of Arts and Letters (NSAL) National Drama Competition. Jonathan made his screen debut starring in the ABC miniseries "When We Rise" and has since landed strong roles, cementing him as a Hollywood actor to watch.
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  • Robin GivensActor

  • Terrence HowardActor

    Terrence Howard was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Anita Jeanine Williams (née Hawkins) and Tyrone Howard. He was raised in Cleveland, Ohio. His love for acting came naturally, through summers spent with his great-grandmother, New York stage actress Minnie Gentry. He later began his acting career after being discovered on a New York City street by a casting director. Soon, he followed with several notable TV appearances on shows such as Living Single (1993), NYPD Blue (1993) and Soul Food (2000). He became well known for his lead role in the UPN TV series Sparks (1996). Howard broke onto the big screen with his riveting performance in Mr. Holland's Opus (1995). Howard's most memorable performances to date are of scene-stealing characters such as "Cowboy" in the Hughes brother's film Dead Presidents (1995) and as "Quentin" in Malcolm D. Lee's Independent film The Best Man (1999). The latter earning him a NAACP Image Award, Independent Spirit Award nomination and a Chicago Film Critics Award nomination. A self taught musician, Howard plays both the piano and the guitar. You can see Terrence display his musical talents opposite Jamie Foxx in this year's breakout film Ray (2004). A promising songwriter, Howard's lyrics are soon to be acquired by some of today's biggest artists. In addition to his musical talents, Howard also has a strong interest in science.
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  • Erica PeeplesActor

  • Kelvin Harrison Jr.Actor

    Kelvin Harrison Jr. was born on July 23, 1994 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. He is an actor, known for Luce (2019), Monsters and Men (2018) and It Comes At Night (2017).
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  • Nabil ElderkinDirector