A grisly unsolved murder links three seemingly unrelated stories in three different Japanese cities.
User Reviews: This is a movie about story telling. Looking back at it, that’s what I enjoyed the most.
While the main three characters may not be interesting per se, their newfound strangers were the catalyst that altered their daily lives, gave them a balance of sorts, and, in the case of their friends and family, even carried the plot at times.
Rage did a great job of keeping me tense from trying to figure out who the killer was. It just kept me guessing, wondering, and worried that the characters I grew attached to were in serious danger.
It has a great transition scene in the beginning. So greatly surprising that I won’t even spoil it. There is another scene that uses a typical sound to emphasize the tensity. Overall, it has well done shots and music.
Warning: This is not a comfortable movie. It gets into adult matters unapologetically.