About The Rage Film

JUSTIN RAGE was only 5 years old when he first experienced real trauma. Twenty years later, he is a resilient Black man still haunted by the traumatic fallout of a police raid that shattered his family. He embarks on a relentless quest for justice and vengeance against the corrupt officers responsible. With a burning desire to dismantle a system that perpetuates racial division and oppression, Justin navigates a treacherous path fraught with danger and moral ambiguity.

As Justin sets his sights on his targets, he must confront the demons of his past and navigate the complexities of his present reality. His journey intertwines with that of Martha and David Rage, his parents, who are devoted activists fighting against police brutality and racial discrimination. Together, they challenge the status quo, risking everything to expose the truth and hold those in power accountable.

However, their efforts draw the ire of Officer Carter, a fourth-generation police officer consumed by entitlement and cruelty. Determined to preserve his family’s legacy at any cost, Officer Carter orchestrates a sinister plot to frame David Rage for crimes he did not commit, leveraging his authority to crush dissent and silence opposition.

Caught in the crossfire is Officer Parker, a morally bankrupt cop mired in a cycle of addiction and abuse, Officer Jones, whose misguided allegiance to authority blinds him to the injustices perpetrated against his community, and Officer Smith, a sellout Black man driven by self-loathing and a desire for acceptance among his white peers.

As tensions escalate and loyalties are tested, RAGE exposes the deep-seated corruption and moral bankruptcy festering within the heart of law enforcement. With the lives of Justin and his family hanging in the balance, the film navigates themes of resilience, redemption, and the enduring power of the human spirit in the face of adversity.