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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
Craig Opfer, Benjamin Farmer, Damien Genardi, Patrick D. Green

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Genres Drama
Director Maria Allred
Writer Maria Allred
Stars Craig Opfer, Benjamin Farmer, Damien Genardi, Patrick D. Green
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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Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 11:37

Michael Haneke's 'TheTexture of Falling' is one of the few film which tries to tell the story of a young man. As a long time student of American history, I like this movie, but I would agree that Haneke's style has less authenticity and presence than that of 'When a Stranger Calls.' A good story, but a very shallow film, this film does not portray the state of racial relations in America, but it does show the social gaps. I think the differences are deeper than the differences themselves. I have already mentioned that the voice of the narrator is the same as the voice of the fictional Charles Manson, but it is not the same voice. I think it is a very interesting contrast. While Haneke shows that a man does not need to commit violence to start a violent revolution, in this film, it seems that it is all the same thing. We see an 18th century man, Charles Manson, as a kind of lone anarchist. We see his violent thoughts in a different context, and we see how the society he represents (the one that defines his life) reacts to the ideas of his son, portrayed as the strong black man. I think Haneke is saying that ideas are as real as anything else. We need more people to talk about ideas, and not just one person. When a man kills an entire family and raises up his son to be a murderer, this is much more serious, and much more terrible, than anything he has ever done, and no one can change that. I think it is the same kind of image that we have of Richard Nixon, and we have seen this kind of violent action on television. And of course, the fact that the film is about Charles Manson is part of the mystery of it. When a man kills his entire family, this is a sign that everything is a lie. The son is not being raised in a good way, and Manson is not happy with it. You can easily imagine that Charles Manson would be looking for someone to be his son. But is it really so hard to imagine? Because Manson is a historical figure who has been condemned by the society he represents. So, it is difficult to imagine that a man who stands in front of the whole world, and gets up at 5 in the morning, and goes on a rampage that ends up in the deaths of hundreds of people, and those who find out what he is planning, are basically not happy about it. And even when they know, they don't want to say anything, because this would mean that they are not part of the society. So, the fact that the main character is a serial killer who has given the society everything he had never given, and now wants to give it something else, is more important than any social questions. The important point of this film is the fact that it shows how the society reacts to the ideas of a man who has been condemned by society. So, while it is a very good film, I think it is a very interesting film. It is a story about how social rules are imposed on the individual, and the way the society reacts to those rules, and how they can change. It is a film about a group of people who are in a war against the society which they don't understand, and who are not able to change it.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 10:50

Like all good movies, The Texture of Falling is predictable and driven by a story. But what really makes it interesting is how it serves as a dramatic counterpoint to all the white-bread conventions we've become accustomed to seeing on screen. The first scene, for example, is a parody of the kind of narrative the Oscar winner for Best Picture (and Director) received. This scene, one of the last in the movie, is set in a hotel room, a half-empty room that is as remote from the protagonist's day-to-day experience as he's going to get. The protagonist is speaking to his mistress, who has come to stay with him, and she has told him that she doesn't care about anything that happened during the previous seven days. So what was that all about? The director provides a quick synopsis. The protagonist has been having an affair with an attractive friend of the woman. They are both carrying out an affair that is getting out of hand. His mistress needs to go home, so he decides to drive her home instead. In the process, he loses control, and his mistress ends up crashing into him. The next scene shows us the woman's, slightly less attractive, fiancee. The boyfriend, a young photographer, is working on a story about the couple. The photographer, who is in a rush, decides to break it up, but the story is pushed aside when the boyfriend needs to get his car fixed. The boyfriend, not able to get out of the driveway, attempts to crawl into the back seat of his car. And the girlfriend gets out of her car and walks into the house to ask for directions. In the end, the photographer and the girlfriend end up in the street, and the boyfriend tries to use his phone to call her, which is the only way he can call her. But she doesn't answer, and he throws the phone in the garbage can. The girlfriend, frustrated, looks out the window, and sees a car on the street, and she realizes that she has lost control of her situation. She crashes into the boyfriend and they go out into the street, where the girlfriend offers to help him drive away, in the process going out into the street. The girlfriend, realizing that her boyfriend was not going to help her, tries to talk to him, but he refuses to listen, and he pulls away. The girlfriend gets out of the car and tries to help her boyfriend. He takes a knife out of the bag he is carrying and stabs her in the neck, causing her to fall and die on the street. This is not a movie you would normally find yourself watching. It is filmed as if the audience has been watching a play, rather than watching a movie. There are little touches of randomness throughout the movie that add to the sense of the absurd. It's a quirky movie. But that's a good thing.
Friday, 29 May 2020 00:53

The story of the relationship between twins (Claire and Zana) who appear to be the same person is told in an unconventional way. It was a natural, unexpected way of telling the story. Claire is a teen and Zana is a thirty-something, but when the movie ends, you know that the twins have become so alike and so different that you could be them, because they look and act exactly like one another. They're not to be confused with real twins, or even real twins in their 30s, because they never went to college. They're not that different, because the movie never tells you that they look like one another. They're just like any other pair of twins. I'm not sure if it's the way we see them, but they're extremely alike, even the way they speak, and the way they carry themselves. They both have the same crooked teeth. They're both shy and nervous, and when they have their first date, the guys all freak out when they find out that their wives are going to be seeing each other. Zana's mom tells her to be careful about her boyfriend, so Zana covers her mouth with her hand and says, "I can't speak right now." Zana's mom gets upset and goes to bed, and when she gets up the next morning, she feels like she's going to be sick. Zana and Claire have been friends since they were teenagers, and one day, when the twins meet in the street, it's like the same thing that happened to them the day before, but with a twist. In Zana's eyes, she wants to be a singer, and Claire is just a regular student, but in her eyes, she's a singer too, and wants to be a singer too. And when they were kids, they were inseparable. Zana doesn't want to leave Claire, but she doesn't want to be apart from Claire either, because they're both like siblings. They do all the activities together, and they know everything that's going to happen in the future. It's kind of like being a brother and sister, and it's hard to get along, but somehow, they're able to get along, even though they're not the same age. This movie is not for everyone. But if you're into the way the story is told, it's a movie I really liked, and you're not too picky. This movie is definitely worth seeing. I think you should see it.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 04:27

The Film tells the story of a woman who receives a letter from the First Lady of France, asking her to help the country to be able to face the economic crisis. The woman, Marie-Theresa Sauniere, is an architect and a daughter of a village. Her husband dies and leaves her four children. While working, she needs to buy a new house. This is all on the basis of the letter she receives from the First Lady of France. The woman will live in the house until she is able to buy a new one. This is a story of love and family. It is also a story of success and failure. The most interesting part is the form of the story. The film is filmed in a manner that gives us the sense of a documentary. This helps us to understand how these women are living their lives. They are not actors. The acting is not convincing. It is possible to understand that the actress is not a real person, because there are many performances where we can see that there is not enough sense to the actor's performance. This is not a good thing. It is possible to see that the film is an attempt to portray the experience of the women in their everyday life. It is not something that will win an Oscar. This is something that will win some awards, but not enough. The Film is more about the art of art-making. The only interesting part is the form. The film is made in a manner that gives us the sense of documentary. The form is a story with the help of the actors. The form is the best part of the film, because it allows us to see the entire film through the eyes of the actors. This is a very good thing. This is what makes the form useful. The form of the film is good, but the form is not good enough. The form of the film is not good enough to capture the audience's attention. The film is good, but the form is not good enough.
Friday, 08 May 2020 02:23

David Cronenberg's 'The Death Of Flowers' is one of the finest films of the 90's, along with his earlier, 'The Fly' and 'The Dead Zone'. All three are technical masterpieces, so obviously, a great filmmaker should have a great story to tell. 'The Death Of Flowers' was a great film, a gritty, hard, and beautiful story about an American businessman (Harvey Keitel) whose son (Dustin Hoffman) was kidnapped, and taken to a foreign country where he is tortured and murdered. Keitel plays the man's troubled, depressed father who is a man who lives by his morals. Hoffman plays the man's distraught, messed up son who has been in a mental institution. Both of these actors had great chemistry together, and Hoffman was brilliant. I was deeply shocked when I saw Hoffman's performance in 'The Fly', a film I rated as one of the 10 best films of the 80's. His performance in 'The Death Of Flowers' was not as good. Keitel's character's plight was more intense than the screen. Keitel's performance was good but Hoffman's was just great. The story was interesting, and had me hooked from the start. The story itself is intense and it kept my attention. It is also a beautiful film. It has an atmosphere that is dark, so dark that I was afraid that I was going to fall asleep. I still wanted to get up and take a look at the sky, but the darkness did not let me. It was like the characters were in a dream, or nightmare. The film was a true work of art. It is an excellent film that will be hard to forget. I give it a 7/10. *
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 04:50

I am a big fan of Philip Seymour Hoffman. My favourite scene is at the end of "On the Town". But I have to admit that he is not the most likable actor out there. Sometimes he looks like a role model to young people and people with whom he is involved. I think this is why the movie is so effective. He doesn't have a lot to do. And yet he is a super actor. The story of the two friends is superb. It is funny and it is touching. I think a lot of people can relate to the feelings and circumstances of these two friends. I would also say that I enjoyed the acting. It is rare to find actors that are so natural and so convincing. For those people who are not familiar with Philip Seymour Hoffman, I would recommend that they go watch "The Squid and the Whale" or "A Man Apart". For those of you who are familiar with his other roles, I would recommend "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead", "Raising Arizona", "A Silence of the Lambs", "La La Land" or "Love, Marriage and Marriage". For those who are unfamiliar with his acting, I would recommend that they watch "A Walk to Remember", "Gosford Park", "Master and Commander", "The Last King of Scotland", "Lost in Translation", "Love Actually", "Waking Life", "The Notebook", "Forrest Gump", "Moulin Rouge", "Sense and Sensibility", "The King of Comedy", "Election", "A Walk to Remember", "Goodbye Christopher Robin", "The Ides of March", "The Future", "Liar Liar", "Annie Hall", "Collateral Beauty", "Dancer in the Dark", "American Beauty", "The Master", "The King of Comedy", "The Ice Harvest", "The Truman Show", "Ordinary People", "Rain Man", "The Piano", "The English Patient", "Forrest Gump", "Breaking the Waves", "A Separate Peace", "On the Town", "Rain Man", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", "On Golden Pond", "The Proposal", "The Piano", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "The Fisher King", "A Walk to Remember", "As Good as It Gets", "Good Will Hunting", "Something to Talk About", "The Graduate", "Something's Gotta Give", "The World's Greatest Lover", "Love and Death", "The Graduate", "The Glass Menagerie", "American Beauty", "Election", "Dancer in the Dark", "The Graduate", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "Redwood City", "The Word", "Sixth Sense", "The Social Network", "The King of Comedy", "The Tree of Life", "The Truman Show", "The King of Comedy", "A Beautiful Mind", "Gosford Park", "A Streetcar Named Desire", "Firelight", "Gatsby", "The Cooler", "The Piano", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Truman Show", "Gatsby", "The Graduate", "Gosford Park", "Fences", "Grosarcade", "In the Bedroom", "Gosford Park", "In the Bedroom", "The King of Comedy", "No Country for Old Men", "The Prophet", "A Walk to Remember", "The Piano", "A Beautiful Mind", "Million Dollar Baby", "The Sixth Sense", "Flirting with Disaster", "Collateral Beauty", "The Truman Show", "The Promise", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "Blue Jasmine", "American Beauty", "Million Dollar Baby", "American Beauty", "The Social Network", "In the Bedroom", "The Social Network", "The Prince of Egypt", "The Piano", "The Social Network", "Hotel Rwanda", "The Truman Show", "The Interview", "The Weather Man", "Election", "Gatsby", "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas", "The Truman Show", "Hotel Rwanda", "The Prince of Egypt", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Artist", "Blue Jasmine", "Gatsby",


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