Rage (2011)

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Based on a novel by Sergio Bizzio, Rage (Rabia) tells the suspenseful story of a pair of Latin American immigrants who fall in love. José María, a hot-headed builder, and Rosa, a housekeeper, embark in a passionate relationship. When a violent confrontation with José María's foreman results in the other man's death, José María flees to the mansion where Rosa works, telling no one. Hidden even from her, he watches Rosa be mistreated by her boss as he yearns for the day they can be together. -- (C) Strand
Rating:
R
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense , Romance
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Cast

Gustavo Sanchez Parra
as José María
Concha Velasco
as Mrs. Elena Torres
Xavier Elorriaga
as Mr. Edmundo Torres
Alex Brendemühl
as Alvaro Torres
Iciar Bollain
as Marimar Torres
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Critic Reviews for Rage

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (3)

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Full Review… | February 22, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

This may be the first film ever made about the seething rage of the disenfranchised that succeeds in lulling you to sleep.

Full Review… | February 9, 2011
Miami Herald
Top Critic

Had the curtain come down 10 minutes sooner, it would have done so with a satisfying thump instead of a soggy swish.

January 27, 2011
New York Times
Top Critic

The structuring allegory's invocation of familial bonds and immigrant burdens grows stilted: It doesn't collapse this delicate film, but it can't quite hold it up, either.

Full Review… | January 25, 2011
Village Voice
Top Critic

This unnecessarily grim study of immigrants suffers from a deadly pace and an even more deadly creeping pretentiousness.

Full Review… | January 31, 2011
Film Journal International

If you haven't got anything new to say, at least find an interesting way to say it.

Full Review… | January 26, 2011
Slant Magazine

Audience Reviews for Rage

½

An interesting, reasonably credible, well filmed sequence of events occasionally hinting at depths unplumbed.

Michael Harbour
Michael Harbour

weird & puzzling a cross between a stalker movie and say "Pacific Heights" didn't really care for this the boyfriend was a psychopath.

Gregory Wood
Gregory Wood
½

Stellar gothic thriller from Spain about two Colombian immigrants who fall in love, only to find themselves torn apart by a ghastly rage-induced crime of passion is a ghost story without ghosts. Great atmosphere and haunting execution take an unlikely scenario and make it work, although the ending is a bit of a letdown.

Matthew Lucas
Matthew Lucas

Super Reviewer

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