Rage is the story of star-crossed lovers set against the turbulent 1981 Springbok Tour of New Zealand - a time when a small rugby-playing nation made a stand against the cruel and brutal ... See full summary »

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Maria Walker ...
Carol Keriama
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Des Oram
Paul Harrop ...
Mick Finn
Mike Minogue ...
Inspector Ted James
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Todd
Jacob Rajan ...
Sandhu
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Police Commissioner Walton
John Landreth ...
Inspector Ansell
Tainui Tukiwaho ...
Dunn Nia
Jonathon Hendry ...
Henderson (as Jonathan Hendry)
John Leigh ...
Bill Oram
Miranda Harcourt ...
Fran Oram
Janine Burchett ...
Clare
Desmond Kelly ...
Ces Blazey
Ginette McDonald ...
Rhonda
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Rage is the story of star-crossed lovers set against the turbulent 1981 Springbok Tour of New Zealand - a time when a small rugby-playing nation made a stand against the cruel and brutal South African Apartheid regime. Carol a beautiful young Maori Police goes undercover and falls in love with Des a charismatic leader of the student protest movement. To save his life she has to reveal her true identity knowing it will destroy their relationship. Their hearts are broken as the nation itself is ripped down the middle over the most noble of ideals - that all human beings are created equal. Written by Anonymous

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Taking sides is impossible when you can no longer tell whose sides you're on ...

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4 September 2011 (New Zealand)  »

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NZD 2,950,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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