"Outrage In Glen Ridge" is a true-story movie based on rapists Christopher Archer and the Scherzer brothers . "Our Guys: Outrage In Glen Ridge" debuted in 1999 as an ABC two-part true-crime movie. It is based on the book "Our Guys" by Bernard Lefkowitz. (Starring Alley Sheedy, Sara Botsford and Heather Matarazzo.)
Directed by Guy Ferland, the movie chronicles the story of a mentally challenged teen girl who is gang-raped by three high-school jocks. The movie focuses on the town's need to protect the guys on the football team and to vilify and label the victim as promiscuous, according to Traciy Curry-Reyes. The movie has themes of rape and violence.
"Our Guys: Outrage In Glenridge" is based on the crimes of three athletes who were arrested in New Jersey for the 1989 rape of a teenage girl with mental issues. Court records show that Christopher Archer, and two brothers, Kevin Scherzer and Kyle Scherzer, were arrested and convicted for the rape, according to Everything2.com. The victim's name was not published in the newspapers.
The movie now airs on Lifetime Movie Network.