Tarsem’s The Fall
Friday, June 13, 2008, 03:05 k
Filed under: Film, On TT's Radar, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , ,


Tarsem’s The Fall is a must-see film and a crowd pleaser in every sense of the word. After the screening, I went to the crowd, stood up and applauded. The making of this film was a labor of love for the celebrated commerical director for many years. Visually stimulating, the production values on this film are through the roof. Each shot seemed to have been planned to look like a piece of art.


The film is set in the 1920s and centers upon a small child recovering from a fall in a hospital. She strikes up a friendship with a another patient who tells her a whimsical fable, interweaving people she knows into the story that takes her into the depths of her imaginatio

Click this to see the trailer for The Fall.




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This movie is divine. I’m still thinking about it three days later.

Comment by Julie

Agreed. This movie was eye candy beginning to end. I felt like I not only traveled to exotic places but through time, as well. And the little girl was too adorable.

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