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Falling for You (1995)

TV Movie  -   -  Thriller  -  21 February 1995 (USA)
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A serial killer attacks a commercial artist which leaves her with amnesia and then becomes her neighbor.

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Meg Crane
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Det. Colton
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Paul Blankenship
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Greg
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Detective
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Mary
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Lieutenant Frank Lazaro
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Bartender
Warren Dexter Beatty ...
Male Reporter
Laura Catalano ...
Blonde
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Henry
Lucy Filippone ...
Karate Instructor
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Betsy
Paul Molitor ...
Jogging Cop
Anne Pellett ...
Baglady
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A serial killer attacks a commercial artist which leaves her with amnesia and then becomes her neighbor.

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Victim after victim is meeting the same fate. First they fall in love. Then they fall to their death, (Video Australia) See more »

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WHEN I FALL IN LOVE
Written by Victor Young & Edward Heyman
Performed by Janine Sabino & James T. Adams
Arranged by John Sabino
Produced by Mitch Albom
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TV version of Se7en... on Lifetime
10 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not a bad film, professing to be edgy with NYC art galleries, oddities, rain and fog (wow, after living in NY 20 + years I never knew there was so much fog)- I think the DP confused NYC with London.That aside, and if you can suspend your disbelief enough- the film is watchable.

Jennie Garth is actually very good. She is attractive, but not in a helpless female victim sort of way. She is on her own in NYC, and somehow meets Costas Mandylor, a mysterious tenant in her apartment building.

You will see the usual set decoration, complete with goth crosses- punk nightclubs- and ominous news clippings. Mandylor is believable, and strange. Billy Dee Williams is a surprise cameo as yet another weary NY detective. One disappointment is Williams' partner; played by Currie Graham, who does not look or act like a homicide detective. (This was where I saw the formula from Se7en; he is detective Colton, a novice to Williams-hmmm like Somerset and Mills (Brad Pitt-Morgan Freeman-Se7en) The story is worth watching, though, if you have ever liked Jennie Garth. If she ever dyed her hair, she may get offered roles other than the beautiful blonde femme fatale (from 90210) If she was ever offered a decent, suspenseful film, I would love to see her in that type of role. It is unfortunate how actors are typecast.

At any rate, this movie is acceptable as a TV suspense film. If you have not already seen Se7en though, you MUST see it; and let me know if you see the same parallels! (Warning: Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt will have you hooked when you watch Se7en)


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