The Fall

A movie produced by some Singhs is in theatres if anyone catches it, give us a review!

thefall.jpgIn Los Angeles circa 1915, a little immigrant girl (Catinca Untaru) is in a hospital recovering from a fall. She strikes up a friendship with a bedridden man (Lee Pace), who captivates her with a whimsical story that removes her far from the hospital doldrums into the exotic landscapes of her imagination. Making sure he keeps the girl interested in the story he interweaves her family and people she likes from the hospital into his tale. Shot on location in 18 countries around the world, The Fall is a moving, visually sumptuous fantasy of exotic bandits, evil tyrants, dream-like palaces and breathtaking landscapes. Directed and co-written by Tarsem Singh (The Cell). Executive Producer- Ajit Singh. [link]


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4 Responses to “The Fall”

  1. Rav says:

    Reema,

    You can check out some of the movie reviews here from fandango.

    Thanks for introducing this film, hadn't heard of it before seeing this post.

  2. Rav says:

    Reema,

    You can check out some of the movie reviews here from fandango.

    Thanks for introducing this film, hadn’t heard of it before seeing this post.

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  4. This is a very interested story which you shared because how can the girl able to do these stories in their life. These things will help the latest people and we can imagine these little stories I am waiting for more and interesting stories from you.

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