HEAVEN’S RAGE is an imaginative autobiography. Reporting on feelings people don’t usually own up to, Leslie Tate explores addiction, cross-dressing and the hidden sides of families. Writing lyrically, he brings together stories of bullying, childhood dreams, thwarted creativity and late-life illness, discovering at their core the transformative power of words to rewire the brain and reconnect with life. A Robin Red breast in a Cage / Puts all Heaven in a Rage — William Blake
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From someone who watched Heaven’s Rage in Eastcote:
Thank your for a very interesting evening.
The film was good and the back ground story was very good.
It is a good educational story for people who suffer and are unable to handle themselves.
They would be able to get ideas for themselves to climb over the fence that blocks the mind.