Fallen Angels is an American neo-noir anthology television series that ran from 1993 to 1995 on the Showtime pay cable station and was produced by Propaganda Films. No first-run episodes were shown in 1994.
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1995   1993  
Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 15 nominations. See more awards »
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 Prologue Narrator / ... (6 episodes, 1995)
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 Fay Friendly - Host (6 episodes, 1993)
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 Auger / ... (4 episodes, 1993-1995)
Bernard Hocke ...
 Customer #2 / ... (3 episodes, 1995)
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 Augie / ... (2 episodes, 1995)
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 Pat Marino / ... (2 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Bartender / ... (2 episodes, 1995)
Patrick Masset ...
 Joe Helgeson / ... (2 episodes, 1993)
Alpheus Merchant ...
 Janitor (2 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Dr. Yorgrau / ... (2 episodes, 1993)
Barbara Howard ...
 Janice / ... (2 episodes, 1995)
Johanna Went ...
 Female Motorist / ... (2 episodes, 1995)
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Fallen Angels is an American neo-noir anthology television series that ran from 1993 to 1995 on the Showtime pay cable station and was produced by Propaganda Films. No first-run episodes were shown in 1994.

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24 Horas para a Morte  »

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If only all TV was as challenging as this.
24 February 2000 | by (dublin, ireland) – See all my reviews

Trust Steven Soderbergh to make dangerous and thrilling a safely nostalgic TV show. His film, 'The Quiet Room' is an extension into noir of his SEX, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE subject matter, and provides a bridge between it and his later generic forays: the private, sexual space in the public domain; the Genetesque rites of sex and power, one corrupting the other (and vica versa); the malaise of middle-class inadequacy; the ultimate failure of all relationships because of lack of communication (this film begins the father/daughter problematic essayed so hauntingly in THE LIMEY). Brilliantly, painfully funny, the film is more stylistically imaginative than a TV programme has any right to expect.


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