Rain (2006 film)
|Directed by||Craig DiBona|
|Produced by||Johnny Dela Valdene
|Screenplay by||Andrew Neiderman|
|Based on||The Hudson series by V. C. Andrews|
|Edited by||Robert M. Reitano|
|Distributed by||PorchLight Entertainment|
|20 April 2006|
Rain is a 2006 film directed by Craig DiBona. The screenplay was written by Andrew Neiderman, based on the novel by V. C. Andrews. It premiered at the Palm Beach International Film Festival, although it did not receive further domestic distribution.
A talented young pianist named Rain (Brooklyn Sudano) is attacked by a vicious street gang which kills her sister. The gang sets out to find Rain while she hides in the care of a woman who is her natural grandmother. Rain was put up for adoption because the father of the baby was black and the mother was from a rich white family. Her adoptive mother (Khandi Alexander) sends her back because she is in danger for having witnessed her adoptive sister's murder.
- Brooklyn Sudano as Rain Arnold
- Faye Dunaway as Isabel Hudson
- Robert Loggia as Jake
- Khandi Alexander as Latitia Arnold
- Giancarlo Esposito as Ken Arnold
- Emily Ryals as Monica
- Katie Fountain as Colleen Lewis
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