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This Guy Is Falling (2000)

Alison buys a used car without consulting any men, including her boyfriend Bob and their friend Warren. On the dash is a switch marked "Gravity." Bob flips the switch, and all gravity, at ... See full summary »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Todd Giebenhain ... Warren
Maria-Elena Laas ... Laura
Lela Lee ... Alison
Colburn Tseng Colburn Tseng ... Bob
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sheb Azma Sheb Azma ... Extra
Buster The Beagle Buster The Beagle ... Extra
Cheryl Buysse Cheryl Buysse ... Extra
Pete Conolly Pete Conolly ... Extra
David Feldhouse David Feldhouse ... Extra
Michael Friedman Michael Friedman ... Extra
Kevin Jackson Kevin Jackson ... Extra
Joe Kim Joe Kim ... Extra
Kan Kim Kan Kim ... Extra
Mike Kim Mike Kim ... Extra
Tom Lang Tom Lang ... Extra
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Alison buys a used car without consulting any men, including her boyfriend Bob and their friend Warren. On the dash is a switch marked "Gravity." Bob flips the switch, and all gravity, at least in L.A., disappears. They begin to float. Warren thinks about his girlfriend Laura who's over at the mall and may be in trouble. He grabs a fire extinguisher that's floating by and uses it to power himself toward Laura who has floated into the path of a jet airplane carrying plutonium. Can Warren save Laura? And what about the plutonium? Yipes! Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Short | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fritt fall See more »

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(Aspen Shortsfest)

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another sundance winner
17 August 2000 | by sebastian_valmontSee all my reviews

This gleeful little film could care less if you actually buy anything in it. But that's the magic of it- it just takes off and whisks you along for the ride. I reminded me a lot of the Cars music videos from the 1980s.

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