Outrage is an Spanish film staring
Antonio Banderas and Francesca Neri, originally titled íDispara! Neri
plays a circus trick sharpshooter who shoots balloons with a rifle while
doing stunts on a moving horse. Banderas is a journalist who's doing a
story on the circus. No sooner do the two fall into love and lust than
three thugs brutally rape Francesca Neri, both vaginally and anally, then
rupture her uterus with a wine bottle.
Unfortunately for them, they do not kill
her. She is a professional circus sharpshooter ... she is armed ... she
knows who and where they are.
So here's a tip for you would-be
rapists. Don't violate an armed sharpshooter unless you plan to leave
her dead. Since she can shoot a balloon out of a clown's mouth at 100
yards while standing on a moving horse, three auto mechanics don't
represent a real challenge for her. She wastes them like the pond scum
they are. Unfortunately, the police don't think this is the proper way
to dispose of the case, and come after her.
Banderas remains loyal to her to the
end. Banderas and Neri were both very good in their roles, and because I
cared so much about Neri's character, I didn't like the ending at all,
although it was probably the only possible one.