Train Ride

Train Ride


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Train Ride

Four college students are forced to pay for their actions after a startling act of violence in this urban drama. Katrina (MC Lyte) is a college freshman who, after attending a big party on campus, is invited to a smaller private get-together being thrown by Will (Wood Harris), a charismatic senior. After plenty of drinking, Will and his buddies slip a dose of a "date rape" drug into Katrina's wine, and four men violate her after she's passed out. Will and his cohorts think the whole sordid matter is over the next morning, but it quickly becomes evident that Katrina is not about to forgive or forget the incident. Train Ride also features appearances by Russell Hornsby, Joe Clair, rapper Guru, and Esther Rolle in what proved to be her final screen performance.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/15/2005
UPC: 0074645875491
Original Release: 2000
Rating: R
Source: Sony
Time: 1:30:00

Special Features

Director's commentary; Interactive menus; English 5.1; Stereo

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [3:25]
2. Will Makes His Move [6:03]
3. Will's Party [6:26]
4. Will's Wicked Plan [11:06]
5. Everything's Okay?? [5:57]
6. Will's Private Porn [6:13]
7. The Only Freshman Freaks [4:39]
8. Confrontations [7:55]
9. The Truth Comes Out [4:38]
10. Find That Tape! [5:10]
11. Nobody Cares [7:29]
12. It All Comes to a Head [6:58]
13. Ron Freaks [7:01]
14. Will Gets Away, Almost [5:35]
15. End Credits [1:54]

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Train Ride is a provocative film that should be a part every university's freshman orientation program. Any parent sending their child to college should view this film. It will open up a dialog about how they should protect themselves. Excellent, excellent film!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Train Ride shines a bright light onto the issue of drug related rape that happens on an all to frequent basis. Mr. Dowdell is able to take such a sensitive issue and use the film to show viewers the other side of the issue. A very impressive first film from black director for all races to experiece.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An excellent film. A MUST see for all high school seniors. After years of parent's teaching, some young people look at college as a place to let their hair down and do their own thing. You can become independent but 'KEEP YOUR GUARD UP' College is a place to learn more; not forget what you learned.