Rage Of Innocence
He Met The Woman of His Dreams. Then Her Daughter Became His Worst Nightmare. (Suspense/Thriller)
Starring: Stef Dawson (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay) as “Raven,” John McCafferty, Tammy Klein, Doug MacPherson, Chelsea Cook, Keeshan Giles, Bill Devlin, and Lauren Baldwin.
Lead, Stef Dawson is an up and coming actress who starred as Annie Cresta in The Hunger Games series. She also recently starred in the edgy coming of age feature films Creedmoria and The Paper Store. She co-stars in the six-part drama series Cleverman as Ash Kerry, broadcast on ABC and Sundance TV. She will be seen in the upcoming features, Nest opposite Kelsey Grammer (Frasier), Bingbing Li (Transformers, Resident Evil) and Kellan Lutz (Twilight, The Comeback) and star in The Mustanger and The Lady with Matt Dallas (Kyle XY) and Kiowa Gordon (Twilight).
Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro.
Rage of Innocence is the story of a psychologically disturbed 15-year-old girl named Raven who is so against any man dating her single mother, that she goes to any extreme to prevent that from happening, including lying, accusations, and murder. This suspense thriller, quite a departure from the usual Pirromount fare, premiered in Los Angeles autumn 2014.
About Mark Pirro: A cult film legend in his own right, Pirro has written ten feature films, edited and directed nine, produced six, scored and executive produced one. The majority of his films have achieved cult status, like his 1991 film, Nudist Colony Of The Dead and his 1st feature, Polish Vampire in Burbank, Curse of The Queerwolf, Rectuma. Pirro has a talent for balancing parody, insight, and the flat out fun of ridiculousness. His films have appeared on HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and USA Network. Pirro himself has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, Fox News, A Current Affair, and Hard Copy. He also has been on the lecture circuit, speaking at filmmaking classes at colleges like UCLA.
Program Type: Feature Film
Year Released: 2014
Running Time: 90 minutes