Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This drama chronicles the troubled life of a teenage boy living with his father in an L.A. suburb. Young Steve tattooed the word "hate" upon his arm after a brief skirmish with the police. It has become his nickname. His dad is neither an example nor much help for the boy. He spends his days scamming worker's compensation for a fake injury. Hate encounters more trouble when one night he is riding around with his motorcycle gang shooting billboards. Beneath one he see what seems to be an attempted rape. He shoots the nicely dressed middle aged man. The teenage victim, Cindy rides off with Hate. She asks him not tell anyone. More trouble ensues as the rapist did not die. It turns out that he is the assistant D.A. He goes to the cops and tells them Hate attempted to rob him. Now Hate and Cindy must get out of town. The frightened teens are stopped by a motorcycle cop who only wants to return a purse she left at a restaurant. The panicky Hate shoots him dead. Later Cindy tells him the rapist was her uncle who had been abusing her for years.
abuse, sexual, gangster, incest, killing, motorcycle, murder, rape, revenge, sexual-abuse, teenagers