A sweet-natured ode to rave culture saddled with a ridiculously clichéd plot line that first-time director Greg Harrison can blame on no one but himself, since he's also the screenwriter and editor. The action unfolds over the course of 12
hours, and starts with securing the locale: Promoter Ernie Townshend (Steve Van Wormer) and his cohorts break into a long-abandoned San Francisco warehouse and transform it into a grown-up play space, wired for sound and complete with candles, disco ball and trippy visuals. An e-mail goes out, and
ravers begin making plans. Leyla (Lola Glaudini), a longtime NYC scene-maker new to the West Coast, looks for a ride. Rave regu...