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Rage (1999)

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Jamie 'Rage'
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Godwin 'G'
John Pickard ...
Thomas 'T'
Shango Baku ...
Marcus
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Alison Rose ...
Ellen
Rebecca Ella ...
Lola
Sian Adams ...
Cindy
Landy Oshinowo ...
Shona
Cornell John ...
Razor
Norman Roberts ...
Razz
Sheridan MacDonald ...
Thomas's mother
Ewart James Walters ...
Godwin's father
Nina Baden-Semper ...
Godwin's mother
Gary Ross ...
Racist policeman
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This film is an utterly naive, incompetent attempt to explore racial issues in the area I live. God, it sucks.. the acting and dialogue are so full of obvious, wooden and preachy, that it leaves you wondering it is was written for an audience of social workers and equal opportunity officers in Southwark. It lacks charm, subtelty and is even quite racist itself in its heavy-handed criticism of the local police. Frankly, it en"rage"ed me!


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