White Rush

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White Rush
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Directed by Mark L. Lester
Written by C. Courtney Joyner
Produced by
Starring Judd Nelson
Cinematography Ken Blakey
Edited by Donn Aron
Music by Dana Kaproff
Distributed by Canon Films Corp.
Release date
Running time
87 min.
CountryUnited States

White Rush is a 2003 film directed by Mark L. Lester and starring Judd Nelson. The plot concerns a group of young tourist couples who come across a drug deal gone bad.



A group of young tourist couples comes across a drug deal gone bad while on vacation.



Filming took place in Salt Lake City, Utah. [1]

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