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Rain Without Thunder (1992)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 5 February 1993 (USA)
It's the year 2042 and the threat is real...women are going to prison for terminating their pregnancies. An investigating reporter is determined to reveal the truth behind the convictions.

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Beverly Goldring
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Andrea Murdoch
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Jeremy Tanner
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Jonathan Garson
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Allison Goldring
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Spencer Goldring
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Piper Goldring
Heather Lilly ...
Micka Goldring
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Alice Kappelhoff
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Abra Russell (as Katherine Selverstone)
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Charles E. Gerber ...
Grover Cole
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It's the year 2042 and the threat is real...women are going to prison for terminating their pregnancies. An investigating reporter is determined to reveal the truth behind the convictions.

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$6,478, 7 February 1993, Limited Release

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$11,602
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Steve Zahn's film debut. See more »

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If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet avoid confrontation, are people who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its waters - Frederick Douglass See more »

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Too preachy and leading
3 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie could have been an interesting look at the abortion debate, however what you get is a one-sided movie that is meant to provoke paranoia.

The movie over-indulges in perhaps one of my biggest pet peeves -- instead of letting me decide how I feel about a character and their views, it telegraphs what I'm supposed to feel, which is okay when characters are given dimension, however these characters are all pretty one-sided -- the pro-choice characters are portrayed as good but victimized people, while the pro-life side is portrayed as ominous, evil, vindictive and manipulative. No dimensions, no shades of gray, just black and white, pro-choice good and pro-life bad.

Let me add one caveat, I am not pro-life and my feelings on this movie are not based on my feelings about abortion. I would have felt the same if the movie had reversed the roles and made the pro-choice people "evil", much like you see on TBN or the like...


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