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|Genre||Driving, Feature/Thriller, Road rage|
|Contributor||Anne Leighton, Lisa Ellzey, Caren Pistorius, Lucy Faust, Austin P. McKenzie, Derrick Borte, Brendan Galvin, Andrew Gunn, Sylvia Grace Crim, Russell Crowe, Michael Papajohn, Gabriel Bateman, Stephen Louis Grush, Jimmi Simpson, Mark Gill, Carl Ellsworth See more|
|Runtime||1 hour and 33 minutes|
Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late to work, when she has an altercation at a traffic light with a stranger (Russell Crowe) whose life has left him feeling powerless and invisible. Soon, Rachel finds herself and everyone she loves, the target of a man who decides to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons. What follows is a dangerous game of cat and mouse that proves you never know just how close you are to someone who is about to become unhinged.
- Language : English
- Package Dimensions : 17 x 13.5 x 1.4 cm; 116 Grams
- Director : Derrick Borte
- Media Format : PAL
- Run time : 1 hour and 33 minutes
- Release date : 11 November 2020
- Actors : Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Gabriel Bateman, Jimmi Simpson, Austin P. McKenzie
- Studio : StudioCanal
- Producers : Lisa Ellzey, Mark Gill, Andrew Gunn
- ASIN : B08F6TVWPX
- Country of origin : Australia
- Writers : Carl Ellsworth
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It did fall flat on the message trying to be conveyed by the violence and carnage that graced the screen. Russell Crowe’s character was a bit over the top unleashing hell on Caren Pistorius’s character who did well trying to survive even after unintentionally triggering the road rage incident.
It will probably scare a lot of learner drivers, so best bet is not to show this movie to that group.
The over the top callous violence, while probably not for everyone is mesmerizing as we are dragged to the abyss by a man who has nothing left to lose, least of all his sanity.
Definitely wearing underlying misogynist tones on its sleeve that probably would have been shouted down by conservative critics had it been given general release pre Covid, however those circumstances may push it to cult following in years to come