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The Fall (1999)

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In Budapest, the aspirant writer Adam Ellis from New York lives with the also American Lisa Warrington in an apartment that belongs to her chief József Kovács that Lisa worships. Kovács is ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
László Borbély ...
John
Antal Cserna ...
Anita Deutsch ...
Bara
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Márta Kiss
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Jo
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Justine (as Kati Gáti)
Zoltán Gera ...
Concierge
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Lisa Warrington
Ibolya Kotilla ...
Katalin
Ági Margitai ...
Éva (as Ági Margittai)
Kati Marton ...
Hedvid
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Tamás Puskás ...
Guy
Philip Quast ...
Bradley
Erika Sajgál ...
Klára
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In Budapest, the aspirant writer Adam Ellis from New York lives with the also American Lisa Warrington in an apartment that belongs to her chief József Kovács that Lisa worships. Kovács is a former communist and presently an entrepreneur hated by his compatriots. One day, a blonde is chased by two men in the subway and then on the streets; however she cuts the throat of one of them with a straight razor in a corridor in a building. Then she breaks in Adam's apartment to flee from the other man. She tries to seduce Adam and then she tells a strange story about her husband, her little daughter and Kovacs. Adam decides to help her but is the woman telling the truth? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Chased by secrets. Haunted by lies.

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Rated R for strong sexual content, violence and language | See all certifications »
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what a waste of time
19 August 2001 | by (Monterrey, Mexico) – See all my reviews

Even though at the time I thought I had nothing else to do besides watching it, and that it was on TV, I regret wasting my time on this movie. This flick is definitely one of the most incoherent, twisted, worthless pieces of work I've ever seen. The story involves so many contradictions, it becomes an unintentional comedy (and that only if you have a big sense of humor). The picture, sound, and other technical work is OK, but if you're just looking to see good technical work, then get the National Geographic or the Discovery Channel. The sex scene seems to be made just to accomplish a requirement (because it was too soft, so unnecessary and unjustifiable to the story). It's like mixing elements without any sense of coherence, just to get a movie that has it all. And yep, it has action (poor performance there), it has mystery, suspense, sex (too graphic and too soft at the same time), nudity, violence, BUT NO LOGICAL ADHESION BETWEEN THEM. Big waste of time to say the less.


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