TEARS IN THE RAIN, made in 1988 and released to video to capitalize on Sharon Stone's celebrity, is essentially an old-fashioned weepie that aims for currency by pussyfooting around the subject of incest. Capably acted on a modest budget, this soapy drama is a Harlequin Romance come to
life: guilt over forbidden passion assails the lovers' consciences, copious tears are shed, and love conveniently conquers all.
Beautiful American horse breeder Casey Cantrell (Sharon Stone) is entrusted with a mysterious letter from her late mother to Sir Richard Bredon (Paul Daneman). Climbing over the wall of the Bredon estate in an attempt to deliver the letter in person, Ca...