Rash Trailer

Rash Trailer (2005)

"Scratch It and It Spreads" 21 July 2005 Factual

Rash is a contemporary story of Melbourne Australia and the artists who make it a living host for illegal artwork called street art.

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Cast

Ha Ha

as Himself

Reka

as Himself

Psalm

as Himself

Sync

as Himself

International Releases Dates

Australia 21 July 2005

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