"What the hell's wrong with you people?" asks Frank Reade (Michael O'Keefe), OUT OF THE RAIN's antihero. The easiest answer is they're all part of yet another pretentious expose of small-town America as a stinking cesspool of hypocrisy and corruption.
Frank, an outcast with a criminal past, returns to his dreadful boyhood hamlet for the burial of brother Jimmy, who reportedly blew his brains out in his trailer. Frank moves into the RV (sponging the big bloodstain off the wall) and loiters about the decaying community. He's eager to make time
with Jolene (Bridget Fonda), a childlike beauty who worshipped him from afar in the old days. Now matured into sluthood, ...