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Louder Than Words (2013)

PG-13 | | Drama, Family | 1 July 2014 (USA)
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After the unexpected death of their daughter, a couple work to build a state of the art children's hospital where families are welcomed into the healing process.

Director:

Anthony Fabian

Writer:

Benjamin Chapin

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Cast

Credited cast:
Adelaide Kane ... Stephanie Fareri
David Duchovny ... John Fareri
Timothy Hutton ... Bruce Komiske
Hope Davis ... Brenda Fareri
Xander Berkeley ... Dr. Lansen
Craig Bierko ... Eddie Stolzenberg
Victoria Tennant ... Lydia Thorsby
Scott Cohen ... Nick Spano
Olivia Steele Falconer ... Maria Fareri (as Olivia Steele-Falconer)
Morgan Griffin ... Julie Fareri
Arabella Field ... Fundraising Consultant
Ben Rosenfield ... Michael Fareri
Madison Beer ... Amy
Ryan Jonze ... Greg
Stephen Mailer ... Lobbyist
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Storyline

After the Fall is inspired by true events and tells the poignant story of grieving parents who used the unexpected death of their young daughter as inspiration to build a world class children's hospital. The hospital not only keeps their daughter's memory alive, but has also gone on to help thousands of children and their families, eventually becoming the template for all children's hospitals built thereafter. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language, some thematic material and smoking
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 July 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

After the Fall See more »

Filming Locations:

Greenwich, Connecticut, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Identity Films (I) See more »
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Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Production was stalled a full week due to the massive destruction of Hurricane Sandy, from October 29 to November 2, 2012. See more »

Goofs

When the little girl picks out the "Otherwise" CD in the beginning of the movie, the song that comes on after she inserts the CD is "Crimson." The only problem is that the CD they showed is Otherwise's self-titled debut album from 2007. Crimson didn't come out until their 2012 hit album "True Love Never Dies" See more »

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Written by Alexandra Caselli
Performed by Alex Caselli Trio
Courtesy of Mar-tune Music
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beware of internet reviewers
11 August 2014 | by folkie46See all my reviews

This is mostly to set the record straight about this film. Jenny McCarthy wrote a book with the same title as this film. The book and the film have nothing to do with each other. Jenny McCarthy is someone who unfortunately has the power to promote her own ridiculous beliefs, which have ultimately caused a great deal of harm to children. This movie is about a family that did something that has helped thousands of children. Rene Ruiz either did not see the film, or is so delusional to think the movie was based on the book, and was disappointed there wasn't more about autism (there is nothing remotely related to autism in the film). The film is not the best made one in many respects, but it will trigger a strong emotional response as the dream becomes a reality. Most of the film is devoted to the events leading up to the idea to build a hospital and only the last third to the project itself. While in reality it took about 10 years from when Maria died until the hospital opened, the film makes it seems like no time at all. The persistence and I'm sure many problems that must have been encountered are not really captured by the film, which probably would have been much better focused on what it took to get it done. One final irony reflecting to the ignorant autism vaccine comments, if Maria in real life had been given a rabies vaccine, though there was really no reason she should have been, she would likely be alive today.


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