An exploration of masculinity and violence. A story of obsession and revenge, as a man tries to come to terms with a brutal, random attack and it’s consequences. –IMDb
An intriguing story that becomes muddy with an unbelievably brutality and psychosis. It's always interesting to see artists' dealing with post-trauma psychology (following a sexual assault or war) - "Savage" is no different, except that its subtle and realistic approach to the situation is rendered exploitational by the time the climax rolls around. Some great, angst-ridden scenes in the second act, though.