Pray for Rain

Pray for Rain

When Emma Gardner, a whip smart NYC reporter learns of her father's untimely death, she returns to her home town to find that the idyllic farming community of her childhood has been ravaged by drought and has become a place tormented by gangs and the ill effects of extreme poverty. She quickly figures out that her dad's accidental death was not accidental at all. The lists of possible suspects include overly zealous environmentalists, a local war lord and other farmers jealous of her father's outstanding reputation.

Young New York journalist, Emma Gardner, returns to the idyllic California farming community where she was raised, only to find that it has been ravaged by drought and has become a place ruled by gangs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pray for Rain torrent reviews

Phillie E (gb) wrote: Watch it if you're a Star Wars fan, you'll enjoy the references.

Erin H (ca) wrote: surprisingly, i kinda liked this.

David W (ca) wrote: A fantastic film of Shackleton's Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Sadly Shackleton considered himself a failure as he never managed to cross Antartica, but remarkably he made an even more epic journey, battling against the odds to save every man on the expedition. A true British hero.

Jack (it) wrote: Would like to see this.

Zoran S (it) wrote: Inert and dull remake of Stagecoach. It's great to see Cash, Jennings, and Nelson in a film together but they can't exactly act.

Giorgos P (de) wrote: The ultimate Greek spirit, and Hadjidakis' score is one of the 2-3 best soundtracks ever

Reid V (nl) wrote: A classic Sam Fuller film Noir. While it features all of the trappings of a detective story during the peak years of the Red Scare (communist spies, atomic espionage), Fuller makes these characters multi-dimensional. Not only are the cops less than honorable in their pursuit of the criminals, but the criminals themselves aren't particularly maladjusted people. In fact, Fuller shows that in many ways they are a victim of circumstance. Americans aren't basking in their lavish houses and doing their part to preserve their freedom and access to copious amounts of material wealth. Many have been worn down by the system and find that getting popped by a "red" is better than facing another day. And sometimes...just sometimes, being a pickpocket is more honorable than being a cop.With this, Fuller throws a monkey wrench in the classic battle between American good versus Communist evil. I don't know how this one got passed the censorship, but maybe as long as Communists were vilified, then they didn't care so much about the subtext. It is a smart and subtly subversive noir and is well worth a watch.

Dean J (jp) wrote: Intended as a thriller but predictable and not so thrilling.