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    The Fall

    In a hospital on the outskirts of 1920s Los Angeles, an injured stuntman begins to tell a fellow patient, a little immigrant girl recovering from a fall, a fantastic story of five mythical heroes. Making sure he keeps the girl interested in the story he interweaves her family and people she likes from the hospital into his tale.
    Duration: 117 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 7.9
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  • Actors of "The Fall"

  • Characters of "The Fall"

    Alexandria. Character of The Fall
    Played by: Catinca Untaru
    Nurse Evelyn. Character of The Fall
    Roy Walker. Character of The Fall
    Played by: Lee Pace
    Alexander the Great. Character of The Fall
    Played by: Kim Uylenbroek
  • Directors of "The Fall"

    Tarsem Singh. Director of The Fall
    Tarsem Singh
    Birthdate: 26 May 1961, India
  • Creators of "The Fall"

    Dan Gilroy. Director of The Fall
    Dan Gilroy
    Birthdate: 24 June 1959, Santa Monica, California, USA
    Nico Soultanakis. Director of The Fall
    Nico Soultanakis
  • Critic Reviews of "The Fall"

    Mark Bourne
    February 02, 2009

    ...a movie that not only expected me to pay attention, it assumed that I could.

    Bill Stamets Chicago Reader
    December 17, 2008

    The girl and the hospital patients and staff also turn up in his improvised adventure, extravagantly garbed by costume designer Eiko Ishioka.

    Trevor Johnston Time Out
    October 03, 2008

    The pacing drags and the clichƩd tussle between childhood innocence and adult disillusionment can only go one way. Better to experience it than think about it, fair to say.

    John Hartl Seattle Times
    May 30, 2008

    Pace and Untaru generate an unforced chemistry that makes them pleasant company for a couple of hours, but they almost work against the movie's need to establish narrative tension. They appear to be having such a good time that Roy's self-destructive impu

    Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle
    May 30, 2008

    An achingly beautiful movie and a triumph of location scouting, with more cosmopolitan spectacle than the past three Indiana Jones and James Bond movies combined.

    James Berardinelli ReelViews
    May 30, 2008

    Sometimes, looking good isn't enough.

    Kelly Vance
    August 15, 2011

    So what if the front story is a little contrived?

    Ken Hanke Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
    July 06, 2010

    Often praised -- and rightly so -- for its incredible visuals and nonstop stylishness. I have no problem with that, except that I'm equally taken by its thematic implications.

    Walter Chaw Film Freak Central
    June 09, 2009

    I wonder if it's unforgivable heresy to say The Cell is badly underestimated and due for revisionism while The Fall, despite its relative obscurity, is badly overestimated.

    Nick Rogers
    November 07, 2008

    Something like a Sir David Lean epic crossed with trippy offshoots of tall tales of Zorro, Ali Baba and Pecos Bill rolled into one, The Fall is a sun-kissed companion to Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. A brilliant follow-up from Tarsem Singh.

    Marc Savlov Austin Chronicle
    October 18, 2008

    Tarsem has found a home for his endlessly unique visions, and (wouldn't you know?) it's beyond artifice and stealing toward art.

    Jean Lowerison San Diego Metropolitan
    October 18, 2008

    The story Roy tells is involving enough and so beautifully shot (see how many locations you can name) that it's worth seeing for that alone.

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