Raging Grace (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 08 Dec 2023
  • Country: Philippines, United Kingdom
  • Adwords: 5 wins & 6 nominations
  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14946978/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/raging_grace
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p, 1080p
  • Language: English, Tagalog
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Writer: Pancake Zarcilla, Paris Zarcilla
  • Director: Paris Zarcilla
  • Cast: Max Eigenmann, Jaeden Paige Boadilla, Leanne Best
  • Keywords: immigrant,
98% – Critics
67% – Audience

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Raging Grace Movie Reviews

Paris Zarcilla is a filmmaker to keep an eye on! [+64%]

My initial sense of wonder was concerning its title: Raging Grace. Why Raging Grace? Why NOT Raging Joy (sounds like a paradox in itself)? Joy is, whom we’re made to believe, the protagonist of this story. And for the most part, she is. An illegal Filipina immigrant in the UK who works mostly as a caretaker (slash) house-help, Joy’s story has several layers. For starters, she’s also a single mother, and the father of her child is shown to be an abusive employer. Joy (Max Eigenmann) and her daughter Grace (Jaeden Paige Boadilla) have secrets of their own. Sometimes, Joy sneaks Grace into her employers’ homes when they’re away. Joy is trying to become documented, and she has to pay off a reasonably large sum of money to get this done. Joy and Grace switch between English and Tagalog while conversing. Joy’s discomfort of being looked down upon by rich British employers and frequently addressed using the wrong terms (“you people!”) is evident early on.

When Joy lands a job as a housekeeper at a mansion with an old man in a coma and her niece, she sees it as an opportunity to come clean and eventually secure their own place of residence. The setup is ripe. The performances are riveting. The film seamlessly moves into its second act, where what begins as a fairly straightforward set of tasks for Joy, slowly builds suspense, and inadvertently, a sense of psychological horror. The house harbors even bigger secrets, and they start to unfurl one after the other. Some of the plot developments seem predictable, but there’s always a neat flow from scene to scene. Director Paris Zarcilla also crafts a tense little atmosphere within the house, and given that a large chunk of the film takes place inside of it, the filmmaker exhibits decent control over the staging of sequences.

The final act, while turning into a “who’s the greater evil?” narrative, also reinstates why Grace is the film’s protagonist. It’s interesting, even if the proceedings lack the steam and momentum of the earlier acts. The “horror” then stops being subtle and suddenly becomes very in-your-face, very real. This does take away some of its storytelling glory, which otherwise, would’ve ended up being one of the smartest immigrant horror films in recent times.

(R)aging with Grace

No pun intended – the quote is from the movie or rather from the end credits. So thanks for that. I was struggling to think of something and then along came this. The movie delivers on many things – this being just one of them. Acting is top notch and the movie is obviously very well researched – or rather lived .. since the director himself had to go through a lot of that stuff growing up.

It is not easy to live in a time when extremism (especially from the right) is on the rise again. Just me writing this, will trigger some people – which will make them “not like” my review. But they won’t like the movie either – so maybe they won’t even read anything … and just dislike.

Life would be so much better and easier if we were able to listen to each other. And try to empathize … you can tell that the movie shows many things that are wrong. Very well acted for sure … and a tight script – neat and good twists included.

A powerful thriller with emotional plot twists

The first few minutes in, I didn’t know what kind of movie this would be. But soon I quickly got engaged in how Joy and Grace got mixed up with a suspicious rich boss lady in a mansion- and the first half of the film the suspense was really good. Like watching a crime show. Then, the twists got even crazier on the later half when you can’t even tell who the bad guy(or girl) is! Every 10 minutes I found myself rooting for a different character. It sort of reminded me a little of The Parasite, where a poor family moves in a rich family’s home. All in all, the ending wraps up nicely and the last scene stays with you.