After a violent home invasion leaves him in a coma and his wife deeply traumatized, a mild-mannered husband awakens to find out that one of the attackers is still on the loose. As they try ...
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After a violent home invasion leaves him in a coma and his wife deeply traumatized, a mild-mannered husband awakens to find out that one of the attackers is still on the loose. As they try to move on with their lives, one day his nearly-despondent wife spots the attacker, opening up a twisted tale of brutal revenge where all isn't as it seems.
A hidden gem deserving of a mainstream cinema slot.
So glad I stumbled across this indie film, although, it's hard to believe it has not been produced in a major film studio system especially given the special effects! Rage explores the grief process in intimate detail through a raw and confronting portrayal of a home invasion. It really feels like you are in the room as the tragic events are unfolding, so top marks need to go to the Director Johnny Balazs. Although Richard Norton delivers a classy performance which was to be expected, the standout performance in my opinion was by Hayley Beveridge who plays the character of Madeline. You can really feel her heartbreak and struggle through her psychological jail, yet she manages to come across as fierce yet delicate at the same time. What I also love about this film, is that it challenges the revenge genre, with an emotional rollercoaster which keeps you guessing throughout. Can't wait to see what this gang come up with next!
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