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The Fall (2000)

The Fall





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Location filming in Budapest adds to the realism of this tense thriller. An expatriate American author (Craig Sheffer) is held hostage by a disturbed woman carrying a razor and willing to use it (Helen de Fougerolles). The wordsmith must quickly decide if the woman is a violent psychotic or if her claims of being threatened by a Communist stooge turned free-enterprise advocate (Jurgen Prochnow) could possibly be the truth. This international co-production was shown as part of the 1999 Hungarian Film Week Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovimore
Rating: R
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
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I found The Fall to be a rather interesting thriller, even though it can be convoluted at times. The story is about a mysterious woman who meets a writer and tells him a crazy story about how she is being followed by a man who wants to kill her and is holding her daughter captive and she pulls the writer into her mess as he tries to unravel the mystery. It's a film that I found to be strangely compelling and stylish, and I also think that is a very underrated film. It might not be perfect, but it sure is an interesting film with a lot of cool ideas.

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