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Rain in the Mountains (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 24 February 2007 (USA)
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Eric Smallhouse is a Native American who believes it's his destiny to lead his people back to the old ways. Undaunted by his complete lack of knowledge about those ways, he drags his son on... See full summary »

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Joel Metlen
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dan Brunell Dan Brunell ... Mr. Johnson
Ron Chapple Ron Chapple ... Gas Station Owner
Bryan Connolly ... FBI Agent 1
Leon Cordier Leon Cordier ... Store Owner
Nick Erb Nick Erb ... Todd Smallhouse
Joseph Heldman Joseph Heldman ... Deadman
Kit Metlen Kit Metlen ... FBI Agent 2
Robert Whaa-ka-dub Monger Robert Whaa-ka-dub Monger ... Andy
John Ott John Ott ... Farmer Earl
William Pickernell William Pickernell ... Bar Fly
Steve Pierre Steve Pierre ... Eric Smallhouse
Robert Satiacum Robert Satiacum ... Deputy John
Audrey Seymour Audrey Seymour ... Lindsay Smallhouse
Gregory Sutterlict Gregory Sutterlict ... David the Fisherman
Michael Treetop Jr. Michael Treetop Jr. ... Wapati
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Eric Smallhouse is a Native American who believes it's his destiny to lead his people back to the old ways. Undaunted by his complete lack of knowledge about those ways, he drags his son on a quest to reclaim the past. Failing miserably, Eric begins to think that the modern world with its modern conveniences is the real enemy, and his antics soon leave him on the run from the authorities. Written by Joel Metlen

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Eric Smallhouse has gone off the reservation... WAY off the reservation.

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Centralia, Washington, USA See more »

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Foxhall Films See more »
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Color

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1.78 : 1
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The film was finished despite the fact that the main actor, Steve Pierre, had a serious stroke two-thirds of the way through production. See more »

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13 September 2008 | by raisinmanSee all my reviews

This movie is ridiculous. Anyone saying the acting is great and the casting is superb have never seen even mediocre cinema. The acting is obviously terrible in the first 5 characters you meet. Lame. I feel like all the other "soaring" comments must have been made by people associated with the filmmakers. I was not very impressed by the storyline, but just wanted to see some beautiful Oregon countryside, and there was some decent cinematography--but the casting was anything BUT inspired. I think this movie also makes a mockery of the generally noble suggestion that something deep in the Amerindian culture has been ignored and perhaps lost and that reviving it is worthwhile, and possible. It places jokes in the wrong and all-too-obvious places, and makes me think it was written by the State Department or something. Back to the drawing board. To even suggest that this film deserves a place in the same vicinity of classics like Harold and Maude is absolutely retarded, and along the same line of begging and pretension and "joking" as is rampant in this film.


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