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Once Fallen (2010)

R | | Crime | 24 April 2010 (USA)
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The hardest part about moving on is saying goodbye.

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Chance
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Pearl
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Rose
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Liam
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Rath
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Beat
Keegan Thomas ...
August (as Keegan M. Thomas)
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Kat
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Sonny
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The hardest part about moving on is saying goodbye.

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language, some drug and sexual content | See all certifications »
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Em Busca da Redenção  »

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Peter Weller displays his real-life trumpet playing skills. Even has his real-life band in a scene with him. See more »

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During a raid early in the movie, Rath's badge, which he is wearing around his neck, keeps disappearing and reappearing. See more »

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A slice of life film with very good acting and a solid plot
18 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

This film receiving a 3.6/10 is unfathomable to me. The acting is superb and the plot develops very well. This film is about a family and their close knit friends having to live with the hard choices they make, and the price they pay for those choices. There is real emotion to this film and the characters are developed extremely well. It has elements of film noir in its gritty and detailed depiction of characters with rough edges and all but that really adds to this film's power. Ed Harris does not disappoint in his role as the deeply flawed yet caring father, who puts everything on the line for his son over and over again (not wanting to spoil anything, that is all I will say about that). An excellent film, well worth watching.


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