Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Australia, USA, 2013-2014
digital video, 3D, colour, 2.35:1
Dolby Atmos, English
Reviewed at The EOFFTV Review

An Australian science fiction film directed by George Miller. It is the fourth film in the Mad Max series.

Plot Summary

In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, former cop Max Rockatansky teams up with the Imperator Furiosa who is charged with replenishing the gas supplies of The Citadel, a desert fortress of white-skinned War Boys led by the imposing Immortan Joe. At the wheel of the War Rig, Furiosa uses her mission as an excuse to smuggle Joe’s five unwilling brides out of The Citadel and Joe despatches his legion of warriors to get them back…


Directed by: George Miller
© 2015 Warner Bros. Feature Productions Pty Limited
Warner Bros. Pictures presents in association with Village Roadshow Pictures. A Kennedy Miller Mitchell production. A George Miller film
Executive Producers: Iain Smith, Chris Defaria, Courtenay Valenti, Graham Burke, Bruce Berman, Steve Mnuchin
Produced by: Doug Mitchell, George Miller, PJ Voeten
Written by: George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nico Lathouris
Director of Photography: John Seale
Editor: Margaret Sixel
Music Composer: Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL
Production Sound Mixer: Ben Osmo
Costume Designer: Jenny Beavan
Hair and Makeup Designer: Lesley Vanderwalt
Visual Effects: Iloura; Black Ginger; Brave New World
Production Designer: Colin Gibson

Tom Hardy (Max Rockatansky)
Charlize Theron (Imperator Furiosa)
Nicholas Hoult (Nux)
Hugh Keays-Byrne (Immortan Joe)
Josh Helman (Slit)
Nathan Jones (Rictus Erectus)
Zoë Kravitz (Toast the Knowing)
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (The Splendid Angharad)
Riley Keough (Capable)
Abbey Lee (The Dag)
Courtney Eaton (Cheedo the Fragile)
John Howard (The People Eater)
Richard Carter (The Bullet Farmer)
Iota (The Doof Warrior)
Angus Sampson (The Organic Mechanic)
Jennifer Hagan (Miss Giddy)

Alternative Titles

Çilgin Max: Öfkeli Yollar – Turkish title
Mad Max: A harag útja – Hungarian title
Mad Max: Estrada da Fúria – Brazilian, Portuguese title
Mad Max: Furia en el Camino – Chilean, Mexican title
Mad Max: La route du chaos – French Canadian title
Mad Max: Na drodze gniewu – Polish title
Paseles Maksas: ituzio kelias – Lithuanian title
Pobesneli Maks: Autoput besa – Serbian title
Pobjesnjeli Max: Divlja cesta – Croatian title

Sequel to
Mad Max (1979)
Mad Max 2 (1981)
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

See also
The Cars that Ate Paris (1974)


Empire no.312 (June 2015) pp.70-77 – illustrated article (Dark angels by Simon Braund)
SFX no.261 (July 2015) pp.70-71 – illustrated interview (Close encounters: Tom Hardy by Joseph McCabe)
Sight & Sound vol.25 no.7 (July 2015) p.81 – illustrated credits, review (by Nick Pinkerton)
Total Film July 2015 pp.17; 18 – illustrated note (“New films” Mad Max: Fury Road); illustrated interview with Nicolas Hoult (Between takes by MM [Matt Maytum])

Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Film Sequels, Series, and Remakes Volume 2 by Kim R. Holston and Tom Winchester p.188-189