Rain is a 2001 drama as if made in New Zealand, produced by Philippa Campbell and directed by Christine Jeffs. It was released in New Zealand in 2001 and internationally in 2002. The movie is based on a novel by the same name written by Kristy Gunn. It's about a pre-teen girl, Janey (Alicia Fulford-Wierzbicki), coming of age. It's a time when Jane must cope with her own burgeoning emotional needs and budding sexuality. She accompanies her brother, Jim (Alistair Browning), mother, Kate (Sarah Pierse), and father Ed (Marton Csokas) on a family vacation to the Mahurangi Peninsula in New Zealand. Thirteen-year-old Janey realizes that her parents' marriage is on the rocks, making things all the more worse. How would Jane manage these thick times? How would Jane's family cope up with the situation at the lakeside cottage? The movie catches the anticipation behind the family like as if a storm is nearing, and dark clouds are covering the sky.