The Rapture (1991)
Average Rating: 6.5/10
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An audacious film about faith, The Rapture is a contemporary fantasy that keeps its feet unnervingly planted in reality even as reality starts to collapse. Mimi Rogers, in a strikingly accomplished performance, stars as Sharon, a telephone operator who spends her off-hours engaging in casual group sex to blot out her boredom. By chance, she becomes aware of a small Christian sect whose members believe that they have found a child with the gift of prophecy who has seen the upcoming end times.
Jan 1, 1991 Wide
Nov 2, 2004
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Carole R. Davis
DeVaughn Walter Nixo...
Dick Anthony William...
Kerry Leigh Michaels
Michael David Lally
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An interestinbg if problematic film, whose last reel breaks free from the narrative to take on a more primitive line that recalls episodes out of TV's Outer limits or Twlight Zone.
Rogers excels in a provocative, unsettling drama.
The Rapture is not ostensibly a horror film, but I found it deeply frightening, and it is so on a purely conceptual level.
Bizarre and memorable
One of those flawed jewels that keeps tickling (and troubling) your memory for years.
Rubbishy religious tract of a horror flick tarted up as 'art.'
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