In the morning of one cloudy day, Alberto suggests his two children go on a vacation, kids agree in silence. But from the first day of their holiday, heavy rain never let them go out and hang around. They planned to enjoy the pools here, but no matter when the father goes to the pools under pouring rain, it is not as good as it gets. So Much Water is a lonesome drama candidly showing a divorced father who tries to rebuild trust with his children and his struggles follow, overlapping all that images with heavy rain. Gaining nothing from his huge struggles, strong rainfall chases the family whenever they go as if this foresees the gloomy future of them. The old classical setting that the weather represents Alberto’s mood and mind is somewhat arbitrary, though it is sophisticatedly directed about hints of the children in puberty on this way. By using ‘rain’, the film describes mingled feelings and related incidents of family drama as much as possible, and neatly succeeded in turning itself into moral drama crossed joy and sorrow.
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