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The Texture of Falling


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten13%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright80%
IMDb Rating5.410594

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637.31 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 15 min
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1.19 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 15 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by idodags2 / 10

Very bad

Contender for Tommy Wiseau film. But at least "The Room" is funny now. This one is really waisted your time. Avoid it.

Reviewed by simonharper-777111 / 10

Reviewers here are either trolling or part of the team that made the movie

I couldn't make it past 15 minutes. Acting and dialog is all so awful and forced, it felt like I was watching The Room. Low budget and boring as hell.

Reviewed by TheAll-SeeingI10 / 10

Where Sexuality and Psychology Converge

Set in Portland, "The Texture of Falling" is a highly sensory film casting its spell from the fringes inward, as director-screenwriter Maria Allred's imagery slowly builds a connective tissue between psychology and sexuality. Those needing flatly chronological storytelling need not apply, as Allred knowingly throws us into the churn by working the sinewy, non-linear outer margins of convention.

The film offers two couples: Louisa (Julie Webb) is an aspiring filmmaker developing her first project. She's having an affair with married concert musician Luke (Patrick D. Green),who has no headspace for commitment. Elsewhere, sensual blonde Sylvia (played by Allred herself) is entangled with the married Michael (Benjamin Farmer),who is ripe to explore BDSM. There's a hole this film adroitly fills, as "The Texture of Falling" manages to unpack the psychological emotionalism of BDSM so glaringly absent from "Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)."

It's in the movie's culmination where Allred evolves things from a tapestry of fragments to the wholly realized vision we then realize she's set us up for all along. That clarity leaves us with the strange feeling that we've just become fluent in what was before a tonally beautiful but not fully decipherable language. Somehow, "The Texture of Falling" improbably delivers on its own massive ambition to define things nearly too elusive to grasp. - (Was this review of use to you? If so, let me know by clicking "Helpful." Cheers!)

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