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Haze (2016)

In the aftermath of a brutal fraternity hazing death, a college freshman's desire to join the best fraternity on campus is compromised when his older brother launches an anti-hazing crusade. A modern retelling of ancient Greek mythology, HAZE is a sobering, realistic portrait of what truly goes on behind fraternity and sorority house walls.

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Nick
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Pete
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Taylor
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Mimi
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Sophie
Paul Savage ...
Chad
Nicholas Kedrock ...
Fish
Raamin Samiyi ...
Anoush
Ryan Fearson ...
Christian
Aaron Stein ...
Trevor
Drew Sinclair ...
Brent
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Tim
Matthew McClain ...
Killman
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Degan
Nyk Schmalz ...
AJ
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In the aftermath of a brutal fraternity hazing death, a college freshman's desire to join the best fraternity on campus is compromised when his older brother launches an anti-hazing crusade. A modern retelling of ancient Greek mythology, HAZE is a sobering, realistic portrait of what truly goes on behind fraternity and sorority house walls.

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A Greek Tragedy

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Over-Exaggerates Modern Greek Life
19 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Completely over-exaggerated for this decade. Greek organizations know the consequences they would face if they hazed nowadays more than ever and are constantly reminded through all forms of media. This movie depicts fraternities and sororities to be only organizations of bad apples when in reality there may be one or two, which would not be able to haze like that because other members to step in and stop them. It does make one think twice before hazing but does not represent modern Greek life and the current forms of hazing.


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