On the day before his scheduled surgery to remove a brain tumor, Elliot meets Chloe Webb, a young photographer who invites him to her art show. An intimate night threatens to be overwritten when Elliot shares his news the next morning.


Conrad Jackson
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Parker Croft ... Elliot Carson
Emilia Ares ... Chloe Webb (as Emilia Zoryan)
Barak Hardley ... Toby
Millie Zinner Millie Zinner ... Mel
Jake Olson ... Kevin
Elizabeth Levin Elizabeth Levin ... Samantha
Nathalie Antonia Nathalie Antonia ... Eva
Lydie Ben-Zakin Lydie Ben-Zakin ... French Lady
Chris Blim Chris Blim ... Andrew (as Christopher Blim)
Bubba Ganter ... Daniel
Jesse Garcia ... Miguel
Aaron Golden ... Waiter
Corin Grant Corin Grant ... Rich Bully
Chad Matheny Chad Matheny ... Tunnel Concert Musician
Aly Mawji ... Cab Driver


Falling Overnight tells the story of twenty-two year old Elliot Carson on the day before he has surgery to remove a brain tumor. Facing what could be his last night, Elliot's path intersects with Chloe Webb, a young photographer who invites him to her art show. Elliot welcomes the distraction and as the night descends, Chloe takes him on an intimate and exhilarating journey through the city. But as morning approaches, and Chloe learns of Elliot's condition, the magic of the evening unravels, and they must together face the uncertainty of Elliot's future. Written by Unknown

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On the day before he could lose everything, Elliot finds Chloe.


Drama | Romance


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Miguel: Do you guys think you'll ever go up to space?
Samantha: No, no way, I'd never go to space. I hate stars.
Tyler: Wait, you hate stars?
Chloe Webb: Sam, why do you hate stars?
Samantha: They're just they're kind of scary, you know? Like they're just light-years away, which who knows what that even is. And then you're just looking at something that might not even really be there anymore. It's just like a lie, stars are like a lie. See? You don't like them either.
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Written by Vikas Kohli & Vikas Khanna
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unexpectedly fantastic
11 November 2012 | by carry-92See all my reviews

I've seen the trailer a while ago and thought this might be a good movie. Didn't really expect anything super special, just something you consider watching whenever.

Yesterday I finally decided to watch the film, simply because I felt like watching a Drama. The first thing you hear is this song. I've never heard it before and I really liked it (Shaun Rust - On Your Side). When a movie starts off with a great song I just get excited about what's to come. Music in a movie is always really important to me, I did like all of them here. They were perfectly chosen. Then there's the story. Though it is a Drama, having parts where you're in tears, it does have some happy moments where you smile while watching it. When a film gets you to show emotions, in this case several ones, it's a huge compliment to it. The story is fantastic. The ending could have gone differently but I like when you have to think about how it's going on yourself. That also makes a movie fantastic, when it gets you to think about the rest.

This film is definitely a must see. I don't often tell friends you HAVE TO watch this and that movie but I will with this one. It's simple, yet amazing.

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8 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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Lone Tree Couch See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


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$50,000 (estimated)
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