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Falling (2005)

There is no regular life. Not for Carl Falling off a bridge ... Carl Lazarus is miraculously saved by a petty criminal who dies in his place. To repay the debt Carl tries to be the perfect ... See full summary »

Director:

Clayton Allis

Writers:

Clayton Allis, Magdalene Sim (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Fode Bangoura Fode Bangoura ... Bicycle Rider
Kelly Troy Howard ... Bicycle Rider
William Kozy William Kozy ... Bartender
Jenna Martinez ... Marta
Adel L. Morales ... Antonio
Malcolm Foster Smith ... Roach
Sean Souza Sean Souza ... Carl Lazarus
Dariusz M. Uczkowski ... Paul Junior
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Storyline

There is no regular life. Not for Carl Falling off a bridge ... Carl Lazarus is miraculously saved by a petty criminal who dies in his place. To repay the debt Carl tries to be the perfect substitute husband and father to the dead man's widow and son. Can Carl live someone else's life better than his own? Or will he lose sight of himself and shatter the illusion of a regular life for all? Written by Magdalene Sim

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There is no regular life.

Genres:

Drama

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Official Sites:

Bean Pictures

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York, USA

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Bean Pictures See more »
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Runtime:

(original)

Color:

Color
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Great Independent Picture!
12 December 2005 | by tucker77-1See all my reviews

This picture is a must see for all independent filmmakers. It goes to show that you can still do an indy in New York City without getting thrown in jail. I hear this picture was done on a shoestring budget, but it doesn't look like that. The cast is very intriguing; they are certainly worth a second look. The cinematography flows like a studio film, and has a very pleasant color palette. All in all, I enjoyed this feature from beginning to end. With dozens of great locations, the director uses the inner city to add suspense to an already gripping story....see it if you haven't. Also keep an eye on this director, I think he has a few more tricks up his sleeve. His earlier works are quite entertaining as well.


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