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That very night when they got home, River, Rain and Joaquin declared to their parents that the entire family was to turn vegan. Rain was about five. It was River who hit the big time first — he received an Oscar nomination at the age of 18 for his role in Running on Empty about a family on the run from the FBI. My hair looked like I had an Afro and I'd just gotten my period.
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Which sounds decidedly embarrassing, and for all their work pulling strings behind the scenes, Arlyn and John have often been called pushy and criticised for foisting such grand ambitions on their children at such young ages. All I had was a lot of positive reinforcement. The thing is with my parents, they very much embraced having children.
As soon as they had us they switched their focus entirely to providing us with the best possible home life, spiritual support and love. Evidence suggests she's right. Just after Rain's debut movie and just as River was becoming a global teen superstar, Arlyn and John, worried what the excesses of s Tinseltown might do to their children, upped and left. After years of moving around, today Rain has somehow found her way back to LA.
Home for her now is a little s cottage in Laurel Canyon, a leafy neighbourhood in the Hollywood Hills. In the 60s it was a big hippy hangout whose residents included Jim Morrison and Neil Young, so clearly she's staying true to her roots.
She lives just round the corner from her brother Joaquin to whom she is incredibly close and they see each other as often as they can. Rain is the spitting image of Joaquin. With her long dark hair and exotic features, you can see the Russian ancestry clearly in both of them.
http://ns1.yepi10games.org/enno-still-score.php River was completely different to all his siblings — blonder, cute and pixyish. Both Joaquin and Rain were there the night their brother died outside the Hollywood nightclub the Viper Room in River had taken a speedball — a mix of heroin and cocaine — and had been vomiting and passing out inside the club before being taken into the street outside. It was Joaquin who made the heart-wrenching call and it was Rain who jumped on top of her brother as he lay convulsing on the pavement, in an attempt to try to get him to stop.
We are always infinitely collaborating in spirit. Rain's first love had always been music and it was a young River who had encouraged her and taught her. It was clear to my parents that I had the gift of voice and they encouraged me to pursue it. Me and my brother spent a lot of time singing round the fire at home after dinner, making little four-track demos in our room, or when we would be round at people's houses, we'd just break out the guitar and start singing. There was definitely a connection musically. She used to busk with River as a three-year-old to raise money for their family.
And it was with River who she sang Teach the Children Well at the Hollywood Bowl in front of an audience of thousands. At first she was so shy she used to sing with her eyes closed, but then she discovered how to move around and communicate with her audience. But I was always connected as a performer to my brother, and that felt safe. They recorded an album, which was just about finished when River died. Since then Rain has spent years mixing it, finishing it off and weeding through half-completed tracks.
It was meant to be something that was really beautiful, not about money. I was very happy with the way I finished it, and I love the music. I hope that one day I can release it.