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Falling Water 

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An intersection between reality and unconscious thought, follow three strangers who slowly realize that they are dreaming parts of a bigger, more sinister tragedy.
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Series cast summary:
David Ajala ...  Burton 20 episodes, 2016-2018
Lizzie Brocheré ...  Tess / ... 20 episodes, 2016-2018
Will Yun Lee ...  Taka / ... 20 episodes, 2016-2018
Kai Lennox ...  Woody Hammond 20 episodes, 2016-2018
Zak Orth ...  Bill Boerg 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Jodi Long ...  Kumiko / ... 13 episodes, 2016-2018
Anna Wood ...  The Woman in Red / ... 12 episodes, 2016-2018
Sepideh Moafi ...  Alexis Simms 10 episodes, 2018
Brooke Bloom ...  Sabine 9 episodes, 2016
Melanie Nicholls-King ...  Ann Marie Bowen 9 episodes, 2016
Aidan Wojtak-Hissong ...  Frank 9 episodes, 2018
Dru Viergever ...  Shadowman 9 episodes, 2018


The story of three unrelated people, who slowly realize that they are dreaming separate parts of a single common dream. Each of them is on a mysterious and highly personal quest - one is searching for his missing girlfriend, one is searching for a lost child, one is looking to cure his catatonic mother - and it is the clues found in their collective dream that come to guide them. The deeper they dig the more they come to realize that their missions touch on stakes that are much larger than their individual agendas. Written by Katrina L. Harrison

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13 October 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dunkle Träume See more »

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16:9 HD
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Not quite passable
6 November 2016 | by AlexBlixaSee all my reviews

Falling Water tries hard, but quickly fails to hold attention with its postmodern, fragmentary and mysterious approach. The appeal of this wears off quickly when you start wondering when something is actually going to make sense. But instead of narrative arc we are burdened with clichés and stereotypical hyper-American character tropes. You just know we're heading into way deeper waters before things start making sense and this lack of narrative direction quickly becomes a turn off. And for a show so very dependent on dreaming sequences, it just does "dreaming" really badly. For example, dreamers are offered Ambien to help them nod off. However there's a real "lucid dreaming" drug out there that will put you to sleep in the middle of the day and give you quite amazing dreams. It's called Baclofen. But the writers and producers have apparently never heard of this medication. Who did their research? Also the dreams that characters dream are much too obviously narrative devices, in any case they are nothing like my dreams. They have way too much focus, detail and colour and carry far too much import to be believable on anything but TV. A good try, but "Twin Peaks" this certainly isn't.

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