Rage (2009 film)
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|Directed by||Sally Potter|
|Produced by||Andrew Fierberg
|Written by||Sally Potter|
|Editing by||Daniel Goddard|
|Distributed by||Cinetic Media|
|Running time||98 minutes|
A young blogger at a New York fashion house shoots behind-the-scenes interviews on his cell phone.
- Jude Law as Minx
- Steve Buscemi as Frank
- Judi Dench as Mona Carvell
- John Leguizamo as Jed
- Dianne Wiest as Miss Roth
- Eddie Izzard as Tiny Diamonds
- Riz Ahmed as Vijay
- Bob Balaban as Mr. White
- Lily Cole as Lettuce Leaf
- Patrick J. Adams as Dwight Angel
- David Oyelowo as Homer
- Adriana Barraza as Anita de Los Angeles
- Simon Abkarian as Merlin
- Jakob Cedergren as Otto
World premiere and release dates
Babelgum premiered the film on mobile phones and internet at the same time as the cinema and DVD release. Babelgum released Rage in the UK, North America, Australia, Italy, France, Germany and Spain.
Rage is the world’s first feature film to debut on mobile phones. The movie was to be shown in seven episodes, beginning on September 21, 2009. The online screening began on September 28, 2009.
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- Dave Itzkoff, Berlin Film Festival Announces Lineup, The New York Times, published December 12, 2008.
- Berlin at sallypotter.com, submitted on 11/12/2008, accessed January 4, 2009.
- Competition: Rage, Press Conference and Red Carpet, streaming video at berlinale.de, submitted on February 8, 2009, accessed February 20, 2009.
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- Jeremy Kay, Rage to receive multi-territory online and mobile release, screendaily.com, submitted May 12, 2009, accessed June 23, 2009
- Coming to Babelgum on September 21st, accessed September 21, 2009.
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- Official website
- Rage at the Internet Movie Database
- Sally Potter at New York Times, accessed November 4, 2008.
- Sally Potter Official website
- Gallery Rage, sallypotter.com, accessed February 26, 2009.
- POLL: Which Actor Makes the Best Lady?, People, originally posted February 4, 2009, accessed April 9, 2009.
- Kevin Maher, Sally Potter explains why her new film will go direct to our mobile phones, timesonline.co.uk, September 19, 2009.
- Melissa Silverstein, Interview with Sally Potter, Director of Rage, huffingtonpost.com, September 29, 2009.