Three Days of Rain

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Released 2002

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Three Days of Rain

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Released:
2002
Rating:
R
Three Days of Rain is a film from 2002, written and directed by Michael Meredith, that takes six short stories of Anton Chekov and sets them in modern-day Cleveland, Ohio. The film opens as a storm rolls into Cleveland that will bring rain for three straight days. The film follows six separate people through their unique struggles and challenges. There is a young women who is forced to give up her daughter and is willing to do anything to be with her. Another character is a cab driver who struggles to cope with the loss of his son. There is Thunder (Michael Santoro), who is a tile maker who is fighting to keep his business from going under, and Denis (Joey Billow), a mentally handicapped Janitor who is faced with losing his job. Through the entire film there is soft jazz and the banter of a local Cleveland disk jockey, the jazz also doubles as the film's soundtrack.

Metacritic Score

  • 70

    The New York Times

    A quiet, thoughtful film about isolation and separation.

  • 63

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    Three Days of Rain is only a sketch compared to the power of Rodrigo Garcia's "Nine Lives," which continues to grow in my memory.

  • 20

    Variety Ronnie Scheib

    Rain strives for a "Magnolia"-type tapestry of quiet desperation. But after 90 unremitting minutes of badly acted, atrociously written histrionic misery, pic leaves one praying for...

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