Falling Reviews

  • Falling
    • Genre : Drama,Family
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : -
    • Duration : 112 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Quiver Distribution
    • Official Site : http://www.percevalpictures.com/perceval_pictures_falling.html
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Movie Reviews

  • the film, hopes to demonstrate the love between father and son rising above bad memories and horrific political differences. Nevertheless, it ultimately crashes into a heap due to a host of rambling non-connective ideas and tonally grating dialogue
    Review rate : C- by Roberto Daniels [The Playlist ]
  • Henriksen's performance is among his very best in a 60-plus-year career; A bold, brave first effort behind the camera for Viggo Mortensen, elegantly distilling some painful truths for anyone who has ever had a complicated relationship with a parent
    4 of 5 by John Nugent [Empire Magazine ]
  • an assured, albeit basic and overindulgent directorial debut from Viggo Mortensen, "Falling" is the type of drama one can tell was made by a well trained actor at the helm; It's a good, but flawed movie with some truly exceptional elements
    3 of 5 by Andrew Parker [The Gate ]
  • a masterful family drama taking a compassionate view of a father whose faults are impossible to ignore; As intelligent and sensitive a directing debut as you'd expect, and a highlight of Lance Henriksen's career
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • a beautifully controlled drama about age, memory and forgiveness; "Falling" is a finely drawn character drama, as you might expect from much of Mortensen's acting career, and a film that pays attention to small details that bring these people to life
    by Steve Pond [The Wrap ]
  • "Falling" is Viggo Mortensen's emotional directorial debut; a rough but heartfelt father-son drama; In "Falling", he shapes a simple father-son story into a powerful meditation on compassion at any cost. It's not perfect, but it's powerful
    3 of 5 by Norman Wilner [NOW Toronto ]

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