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Dare

Rating:R (for sexual content, language and alcohol use - all involving teens)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:November 13, 2009
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Emmy Rossum, Zach Gilford, Ashley Springer, Rooney Mara, Ana Gasteyer
Director:Adam Salky
Producer:Mary Jane Skalski, Jason Orans
Writer:David Brind
Distributor:Image Entertainment

Description: In high school, what kind of person did you dare to be: risk-taking and lustful, melancholy and confused or simply safe and over-achieving? "Dare" follows three very different teenagers through the last semester of high school. There are Alexa, the overachieving good girl who longs to break out of her shell; Ben, the melancholy outsider confused about his sexuality; and Johnny, the rich kid who has everything, including good looks, but hides behind his bad boy persona. This unlikely trio fall into each other's lives and each other's arms, making a last ditch effort to shake things up before they actually have to start living as adults.

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