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Rain Film – 2001 Adaptation Drama

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Rain begins by evoking an idyllic kiwi summer. It's a 1970s beach holiday; Mum, Dad and the kids. Picture perfect. But, as the title hints, all is not sunny at the bach. Beneath still waters Mum is drowning in drink, Dad is defeated, and 13-year-old Janey is awakening to a new kind of power. An adaptation of the novel by Kirsty Gunn novel, Rain was director Christine Jeffs' widely acclaimed debut feature. The soundtrack was composed by Neil Finn and Edmund Cake. Kevin Thomas in the LA Times acclaimed Rain as “an important feature debut”.

Produced by

  • Rose Road

  • Communicado

Availability

Available to rent and buy from NZ Film on Demand

Rights

Title licensed by Sales Agency NZ Film Sales.

Acknowledgements

Made with funding from the New Zealand Film Commission.

Music

Composed and Produced by Neil Finn and Edmund McWilliams
EMI Music NZ - #536964 2 

All music composed by Neil Finn except: 'Summer Intro', by Edmund McWilliams; 'Lucid Dream' by Liam Finn, 'Cry Wolf' & 'Phantom Love' by Lisa Germano; 'Black Sally' and Little Bo Peep Blues' performed by Human Instinct, 'Howzat' performed by Sherbert.