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White Trash is a 1992 drama film directed by the late Fred Baker. White Trash tells a realistic story of growing up on the streets of Hollywood. Children who are not quite teens get caught up in drugs and, in desperation, resort to prostitution to support themselves, their drug habits, and sometimes illegitimate babies. A street hustler (Robert Quine) uses his cunning and cleverness to make a living robbing the naive and unsuspecting people who cross his path. A young man, John "Rio" (Sean Christiansen) suffers from the ultimate death sentence a life on the street can hand out - AIDS. This realistic view of street life in Hollywood shows a sobering picture of how young people, hoping to become movie stars or just trying to escape abuse at home, end up on the mean streets of Hollywood to fend for themselves among the human predators who consider these young people their prey.