Some teens will go to any extremes to avoid being disturbed. For Raven, being disturbed just comes naturally. When middle school teacher Vincent Marsden (John McCafferty) meets another teacher, Louise Sutton (Tammy Klein) at his school, he thinks he may have found the love of his life. That is until he meets her 15 year old daughter, Raven (Stef Dawson). Raven has a powerful distrust of men, and immediately objects to her mother’s new relationship. At first, Raven warns Vincent to stay away from her mother, but when he refuses to back away, she piles one lie upon another, resulting in not only Vincent getting suspended from his teaching job, but his very freedom becomes in jeopardy as she accuses him of raping and sodomizing her. Raven’s accusations, with proof to back it up, turns into a deadly game that not only terrorizes his life, but also the life of his 13 year old daughter, Sharon (Chelsea Cook). Rage of Innocence shows, in a very unnerving way, just how vulnerable a man can be when pitted against an adolescent sociopath with a deadly agenda.


Directed By
Mark Pirro

Writing Credits
Mark Pirro

Produced by
Mark Pirro

Associate Producer
John Ahern

Music by
Jerry Danielsen

Cinematography by
Bruce Heinsius

Film Editing by
Mark Pirro

Sound Department
Jerry Danielsen

Casting Department
Hennessy Group

Other crew
Paul Scrabo

Lauren Baldwin

Jessica Bassuk
Young Raven

Tony Cicchetti
Jail Guard

Chelsea Cook

Stef Dawson
Raven Sutton

Bill Devlin

Keeshan Giles
Detective Kuchner

Hank Grover
Principal Murphy

Ernest Kearney
Hal Sutton

Tammy Klein
Louise Sutton

Douglas Macpherson
Mr. Neimano

John McCafferty
Vincent Marsden

Ted Nichelson
Brad Nesmith

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