Tumbling After is a smart and sexy improvised comedy about a burlesque dance troupe on a downward spiral. A festival fav, this burlesque of burlesque dance won the jury award at the 2009 Waterford Film Festival (Ireland)
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A mockumentary about a burlesque dance troupe, co-managed by choreographer Jack Fontaine and costumer Jill Monroe. The troupe begins a downward spiral when it becomes entangled with a former neo-burlesque star, Rosie Bubbles. Written by
Shot "cinema direct"-style over four days, the "documentary participants" improvised the entire film. While the director plotted the scenes, the film's dialogue and actions are entirely improvised by the cast. See more »
"Written" by Bryan Skinner (While the director plotted the scenes, the film's dialogue and actions are entirely improvised by the cast.) See more »