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Rain (I) (2001)

R  |   |  Drama, Action, Romance  |  4 April 2003 (Spain)
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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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Ellen Biddle
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Richard Gibson
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Sheriff Tom Gibson
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Audrey Turnquick
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Patsy
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Eric
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Paul Biddle
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Clara the Bartender (as Siobhan Fallon-Hogan)
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Erin Moody Soole ...
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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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Rated R for some sexual content and nudity
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8 April 2003 | by (Munich, Germany) – See all my reviews

I just voted for this movie and heavy hearted had to give a 5, because as a movie it's not better than that. But despite other 5 point movie I don't feel cheated or disappointed by having seen it. This is because there are many good things about it. Small thing like single scenes, shots, dialogs, images, symbolism, a face expression here, a sound there. This movie has potential. It tries to weave a huge picture by single scenes and pictures. Unfortunately it fails completely. The worst thing about the film is it's script, which features a quite uninspired story, with some holes and implausibilities, in rather unconnected scenes and impression, which mostly not fit together. Adding to this you got to many directing mistakes or at least that's what I think they are. Because at times the movie really starts to take you in, let you care about on character or the other and the comes a pointless or unbelievable scene, a dispensable shot and you get set back on the road. There I have to say again, this movie has failed, but being the first movie of Katherine Lindberg, it makes you hope, that the future work of this director might be something to look forward to.


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