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Shame 1992

Shame ★★ 1992

In a small logging town a group of violent high school thugs get away with rape because the women are too terrified to go to the cops. Then lawyer Diana Cadell (Donohoe) gets stuck in town when her motorcycle breaks down. When she finds out what's been happening, she urges one victim (Balk) to speak out and suddenly they become the targets of both the vicious attackers and a town which would like to hush the entire mess up. Very strong performances by Donohoe and Balk. U.S. version of the sametitled 1987 Australian movie. 91m/C VHS . Amanda Donohoe, Fairuza Balk, Dean Stockwell, Dan Gauthier; D: Dan Lerner; W: Rebecca Soladay. CABLE

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