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The Falling (1998)

A young business-woman in a long term relationship with a businessman finds herself torn when she meets a new man, a record executive, in a bar. The same basic story is told through the ... See full summary »

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(as Raul Sanchez Inglis)

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(story), (screenplay) (as Raul Sanchez Inglis) | 1 more credit »
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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Lars
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Karis
Rob Lee ...
Morgan
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Simon
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Collins
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Ron
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Stellina
Judith Maxie ...
Judge
Linnea Sharples ...
Beth
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Bubble Girl
Jonathan Walker ...
Bartender
Rob Thiessen ...
Band 'Noise Therapy'
Kai Markus ...
Band 'Noise Therapy'
Dave Ottoson ...
Band 'Noise Therapy'
Oscar Irvin ...
Band 'Noise Therapy'
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A young business-woman in a long term relationship with a businessman finds herself torn when she meets a new man, a record executive, in a bar. The same basic story is told through the eyes of the the three lead characters with their own obvious spin on the situation. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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The Darkside of Desire

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Drama | Romance

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October 1998 (USA)  »

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Faithless  »

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Intriguingly shy movie on a bold subject
2 May 2003 | by (Albuquerque, NM) – See all my reviews

If I were a film teacher, I'd send this film back to the maker to be done right for a better final grade. Intriguing. I really liked the three-person point of view thing, but almost stopped watching becasue the first view was so ... well,like a soft-porn movie without the skin. Then the second take allowed us to see the depth of all of the actors except Christopher Shyer's Lars. There were some very fine moments of acting, some very fine moments of silence, some interesting cinematography, but looked like a prudish attmept to show the evils of sex at times, and a pornographic, movie-of-the-week exploitation of a compelling story question at others. I recommend people see this, and I hope someone will write, direct and produce a better movie based on the very promising elements found in this piece.


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