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The Texture of Falling is a movie starring Benjamin Farmer, Damien Genardi, and Patrick D. Green. Pop surrealism meets satirical melodrama, The Texture of Falling is unlike any film that you've ever seen. It transcends genre and...

Genres
Drama
Director
Maria Allred
Starring
Patrick D. Green, Damien Genardi, Craig Opfer, Benjamin Farmer

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Genres Drama
Director Maria Allred
Writer Maria Allred
Stars Patrick D. Green, Damien Genardi, Craig Opfer, Benjamin Farmer
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 15 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Pop surrealism meets satirical melodrama, The Texture of Falling is unlike any film that you've ever seen. It transcends genre and defies classification. It follows Louisa (Julie Webb) as a filmmaker reeling from a recent professional dejection, who meets Luke (Patrick Green), a pianist experiencing his own artistic crisis. Despite a long-term relationship with Ati, (Donny Persons), Louisa is intrigued by Luke. As Louisa falls for him, her skepticism of romantic love begins to unravel as she surrenders to her passions. But as Louisa and Luke's romance blooms, a simultaneous story arises as Michael (Benjamin Farmer), a wayward architect estranged from his wife, meets Sylvia, an enigmatic painter. But are these parallels merely a coincidence? Soon Michael and Sylvia embark on a verboten journey of pleasure and pain. But who is Sylvia? As Michael's lust crescendos, he realizes that he has chosen the elusive. In The Texture of Falling, nothing is what it seems. From its opening shot to its startling climax, the film inverts all expectations. Marking the audacious, unforgettable debut of its writer-director-actor, Maria Allred, it is a visual tour-de-force. It asks what is real and what is artifice. Where do our fantasies end and our passions begin?

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Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 15:18

It is a shame that so many people who are big fans of Lenny Bruce are so dismissive of this film. Bruce has a long and impressive career and it is well worth seeing it. It is not a documentary of Lenny's life but a film of Bruce's many years of comedy. Bruce is a bit of an enigma, a man who never went by his name or by his stage name. He used aliases to keep the anonymity of his life private, and one can tell from his movies that he had a really strange life. I guess it is not possible to do a biopic of this sort of guy. The people who are critical of the film are likely to dismiss Bruce as a cynic, an actor who was never happy with his life. They might be right, but that is not what Lenny is about. Bruce's life has been analyzed by many, and his story is the stuff of legend. Some of these analyses are that he was a recluse who made much of his money in the theater and made it off of the public and his intimate friendships. They are right, but I think that the film was not about the man at all. It is about the way his life was observed by those who were close to him. The film focuses on the years between the ages of 18 and 40 when he began making movies and was writing his famous comedy routines, and it is interesting to note that Bruce was still interested in his films as he was on his second marriage. It is fascinating to see how they are different people, and the way they make him feel at times. It is interesting to see how his friends and colleagues see him and the way he has to live with his privacy and the embarrassment of his work. It is interesting to see how he is still funny, and how much of his humor is drawn from personal experiences and how he has made a lot of money off of it. It is fascinating to see how much he loved his family and how much he loved his writing. I think that the film was never meant to be a biography of Bruce, and it does not fit into any category. It is about the way his life is seen by those who knew him, and that is all it is. If you are a fan of Lenny Bruce and you have not seen this film, I would encourage you to see it.
Tuesday, 06 Oct 2020 20:44

I think this is the best film ever made. The acting is great, the story is timeless, and the music is so perfect that you just cannot take your eyes off of it. The film begins with the aftermath of the Mexican Revolution. Young girl in the front row of a school assembly describes the politics of the time, as they have never been made quite so clear. It is clear that the young people had no idea of what the outcome of the revolution was going to be. The film moves to the present, and we find out that a young man has been arrested for being a revolutionary. However, it is revealed that he was the son of an exiled leader and his revolutionary father was kidnapped by the US government. The boy is then taken to a "Communist-controlled" mental institution where he is cared for by the "libertarian" psychiatrist played by an actor named Dreyfus, who is a frequent guest on the so-called "Liberal Radio" programs. As he is called into the room where he is supposed to be receiving treatment, Dreyfus becomes very emotional and is able to give him some comfort and some understanding of what he has to go through. We then see that Dreyfus is no longer the caring psychiatrist that he used to be. He now has a young female patient, and we see that he is taking her over to a "libertarian" program that seems to be run by a man named Steve who also seems to be in charge of the institution. The two become very close, and it is clear that Dreyfus wants to help the young man and to "save" him. The young man, however, is still very much a child, and does not understand that this is not the world of his father's life. He does not understand that his father was killed by the CIA, that his mother was being held by the "communists", and that his father was going to be killed by the government that was trying to kill him. In the end, when Dreyfus finally realizes that the young man was not going to be able to survive, he is able to take the young man into his home, and tells him to go to sleep. He then tells him to watch movies and to never ever touch anything that can harm him again. After this, we are taken to a plane, where we see Dreyfus going on a flight to another country. He is in a very emotional state, and we see that he is trying to make sense of his life and of his father's death. Dreyfus does not explain why he was in this situation, but he does say that he had no choice, and that he was forced to be an adult and an adult citizen. The next time we see Dreyfus he is in a different place. We see him in a room that seems to be filled with people who are pretending to be Dreyfus, and we are
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 05:05

I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I had no idea what I was in for when I started watching this movie. But it was well done. This movie shows that there are really two types of movies: the ones that are written and the ones that are acted. I don't know why it is the "actors" that get criticized in the press. It is their job to look like the actors. I didn't have any expectations for this movie and found it very engaging. The acting was convincing and the performances were so realistic that I could not understand why people would make such a big deal about it. I think the movie was an excellent depiction of a little bit of the world that I had known only in my dreams, and that made me realize that I have just spent a little time in that world. The main character, Ivan (Pasha) seemed to be an extremely intelligent man who understood exactly what was going on in his own life, and this understanding was communicated in such an ordinary way that I could easily identify with him. I feel that it is possible that this character would have been a great success had it not been for the fact that the writer could not read Russian and could not know how to use the words "Ivan" and "Ivan". This is the main problem with the movie. I think that the writer should have included in the story some clues as to why Ivan was the way he was. He had no friends, no girlfriend, no job, and he lived in the worst apartment in the worst neighborhood. Yet, he knew exactly what he was going to do and he did it. I am not saying that the writer should have added in these things, but perhaps it would have been better if the writer could have included some hints as to why Ivan would be the way he was. I am sure that the movie would have been better had he included in the story the "Ivan" that was in my dreams. This movie was good but would not make my top ten lists of favorite movies.
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 18:54

From a writer I admire: In fact, it's one of my favorites. I enjoyed it. But it's very much a stand-alone film. It's no Long Day's Journey Into Night, which I also enjoyed, but it's a nice little film, that it's not very similar to anyone else. And it's not an original idea - the zombie genre is being done countless times, over and over again, and I really didn't find anything I didn't know about it. The setting, the story, the acting, it's all here, in that very different way. You've seen it all before, and seen it better. But this is the story of a woman who doesn't give up on the one thing that really matters to her, a safe place, and the few minutes it takes to make it there. I liked the acting, and I really loved the writing - I didn't find it dated, or boring - and it was certainly a good movie, but I didn't really find it very good. I wasn't expecting that, I don't think it's that bad. It's a good movie, and it's a good movie for that reason, but it's not a masterpiece, and it's not something I would watch again. I gave it a 7.5/10. There are some very good things here, but it's not one of my favorites. If I had to make a grade, I would say, with the same grade I gave it, a C- or B+. The writing, acting, everything was really good, but it was a stand-alone film. I really liked the writing, but there are some things I would have done differently. The music was good, but I would have liked it more if it was different. And, even though it was a drama, it wasn't very dramatic, it's more of a drama that was written with the same author as all the other ones. The acting was good. But I would have liked to see more of the acting. Overall, it's a good movie, but it's not great, and it's not very different from anything else I've seen. It's not exactly a film I would want to recommend, and it's not really one I would recommend to someone. It's a decent movie, but I don't know that I would recommend it, and I'm sure I'm not going to recommend it to someone I wouldn't want to see it with. I'll probably watch it again. And I won't be recommending it to anyone. But, I'll probably watch it again sometime in the future. But, I don't think I'm going to watch it again.


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