Any movie with the complexity of “Even the Rain” should sink under the weight of its ambition. But this highly honored Spanish film — nominated for 13 Goya Awards and Best Foreign Film Oscar — soars high, into the realm of unforgettable experiences.
The title is from a slogan in the recent struggle of Bolivian Indians to retain rights to water. The government wants to take away “our water, our air, even the rain,” say the rebels. Read More