The Texture of Falling is unlike any film that you've ever seen. Melodramatic satire meets arthouse realism, it's a film that transcends genre and defies classification. It follows Louisa (...
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The plot revolves around a group of young people that take a trip to the ruins in order to film a documentary about Epecuen. Ignoring the warnings, and after a brief tour, they get stranded... See full summary »
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The Texture of Falling is unlike any film that you've ever seen. Melodramatic satire meets arthouse realism, it's a film that transcends genre and defies classification. It follows Louisa (Julie Webb) as a filmmaker reeling from a recent professional dejection, who meets Luke (Patrick Green), a pianist experiencing his own artistic crisis. Despite a long-term relationship with Ati, (Donny Persons), Louisa is intrigued by Luke. As Louisa falls for him, her skepticism of romantic love begins to unravel as she surrenders to her passions. But as Louisa and Luke's romance blooms, a simultaneous story arises as Michael (Benjamin Farmer), a wayward architect estranged from his wife, meets Sylvia, an enigmatic painter. But are these parallels merely a coincidence? Soon Michael and Sylvia embark on a verboten journey of pleasure and pain. But who is Sylvia? As Michael's lust crescendos, he realizes that he has chosen the elusive. In The Texture of Falling, nothing is what it seems. From its ...Written by
I really enjoyed the ride this film took me on! I watch a film with one primary goal, one hope in mind... was I entertained. And yes, this film entertained me. It was sexual, psychological, creepy, weird, romantic and thrilling. This film takes you on quite a journey. I did not realize until after I finished watching this film that Maria Allred was the Director, Writer, Producer, lead female Actor, Cinematographer, Editor, Casting Director, etc... Holy Cow!! How in the world are you the cinematographer for a film that you're one of the leads? Well, guess what? She did it and good for her!! For sure watch this film.
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