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Rage! is an amazing film. David Soul has never been better in my opinion, as the rapist going through a corrective institution. His acting is so powerful, that you really believe he is going through all the pain. Watching his pain as he and the doctor slowly work out why he raped, is a very moving experience. There are several other memorable performances as David Soul's fellow inmates at the institute. All in all this is a brilliant psychological film and shouldn't be missed!
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