Rain (I) (2001)

R   |    |  Drama, Action, Romance


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A tragedy that tells the story of murder, sex and redemption against the backdrop of a dead-end town.


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  • Melora Walters and Kris Park at an event for Rain (2001)
  • Kris Park at an event for Rain (2001)
  • Kris Park at an event for Rain (2001)
  • Kris Park at an event for Rain (2001)
  • Melora Walters and Kris Park at an event for Rain (2001)

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22 February 2006 | paige-blackmoore
8
| Surprisingly Moving
Beautiful landscape, solid writing, and a wonderful story unified by real acting and editing.

I found this film subtle and impactive even through the characters' very dramatic approach to life. I had an opportunity to really get the world of a lover, child, wife, and mother in this cinematic space.

The score worked so well for me and not once did it take me out of the movie. I loved seeing Diane Ladd. It was lovely spending so much time with Melora Walters but this is a Claudia (of Magnolia) type part, with fidgeting and discomfort.

I almost returned the DVD before watching Rain and I'm so glad I didn't.

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