An art gallery manager, Isobel chooses between a loving but unfulfilling relationship and the risks of the unknown.

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Isobel Walker
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Peter
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Oscar Peters
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Helga
Veronique Enos ...
Lily
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gabrielle Allain ...
Gabby
Margaret Arnold ...
Margaret
Moisha Bursuker ...
Male Glass Blower
Dawson Dixon Dean ...
Little Boy with Plane
Jerrie Bruce Dean ...
Woman at gas station
Andrew Ilitchev ...
The Emcee
Jen Kim ...
Daniel's Friend
Vanessa Laplaud ...
Gallery Assistant 1
Doug Martin ...
Daniel
Patricia Ordonez ...
Patricia
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Although exploring primarily Isobel's connection to her boyfriend Peter, "Falling Objects" looks at the changing nature of all relationships, represented by Isobel's best friend, the eerie exhibition Isobel is curating (photos by Roe Ethridge), the exhibition's artist, and the vastness and emptiness of the landscape around Isobel, beckoning her away from a relationship that has already died. Written by Boston Summers

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A delicate exploration of the cycle of change within all relationships

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Photographer Roe Ethridge supplied the bird photographs that are featured heavily in the movie. Roe has work in the Tate Modern in London and at the Moma in New York. Maria Schiker supplied the art in Isobel's apartment, and sculptor and designer Erica Rosenfeld was the body double for Lily See more »

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Love and dislocation
17 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A disturbing and evocative exploration of human relationships, Falling Objects has all the hallmarks of a distinct new authorial voice. Mireille Enos is hypnotic as the central character, playing a brittle every-woman, in search of her own particular form of self expression. This is a slow-burning film with cumulative effect - it has a striking and poetic visual quality. You are definitely left wanting more - there is an eerie resonance to the world and the characters you visit in this short, that is not easily shaken off. ==== ++++ ----- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++NS


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