Summary: Brilliant film if you're feeling like something that is less a brain drain and more of a brain stimulator. I'm guessing those that gave it half a star were looking for a more traditional format movie, or have little to no attention span beyond a wam bam thank you mam hollywood blockbuster (because this movie boasts some pretty A-list actors/acting, so I can imagine where their expectations may have laid).
Summary: This film most definitely has a plot line, and in my opinion an oddly gripping one. Fantastic solo performances in an admittedly slow going story. Despite the simplicity, this film contains some poignant morals and Judi Dench's character was mesmeric. Don't dismiss this insightful film...
Summary: This is a very interesting film. In my opinion this film is more an exercise in film making than it is a film in of itself. The format consists for a series of interviews in front of a green screen which then has different colours projected on to it. The plot is based around a New York fashion show where a young African-American boy (aged around 10 according to the director) has been allowed in to in order to speak to the various people involved.
Conclusion: Rage definitely isn't for everyone, if your somebody who's interested in action movies more than hard hitting dramas this is not for you. But there is something so inspiring about Sally Potters new movie Rage. She managed to take what are effectively 14 monologues and made a story with twists and turns and real emotion.