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Falling  2020
Director:  Viggo Mortensen
Producer:
  Viggo Mortensen, Daniel Bekerman and Chris Curling
Art Director:
  Jason Clarke
Editor:
  Ronald Sanders
Music:
  Viggo Mortensen
Screenplay:
  Viggo Mortensen
Director of Photography:
  Marcel Zyskind
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Cast:
people1 Lance Henriksen
people1 Viggo Mortensen
people1 Laura Linney
spacer1 Hannah Gross
spacer1 Terry Chen
spacer1 David Cronenberg
spacer1 Bo Martyn
spacer1 Sverrir Gudnason
spacer1 Ella Jones Farlinger
spacer1 Etienne Kellici
spacer1 Bracken Burns
spacer1 Noah Davis
people1 Lance Henriksen people1 Viggo Mortensen people1 Laura Linney
spacer1 Hannah Gross spacer1 Terry Chen spacer1 David Cronenberg
spacer1 Bo Martyn spacer1 Sverrir Gudnason spacer1 Ella Jones Farlinger
spacer1 Etienne Kellici spacer1 Bracken Burns spacer1 Noah Davis
people1 Lance Henriksen people1 Viggo Mortensen
people1 Laura Linney spacer1 Hannah Gross
spacer1 Terry Chen spacer1 David Cronenberg
spacer1 Bo Martyn spacer1 Sverrir Gudnason
spacer1 Ella Jones Farlinger spacer1 Etienne Kellici
spacer1 Bracken Burns spacer1 Noah Davis

Synopsis:
John (Viggo Mortensen) lives with his partner, Eric (Terry Chen), and their daughter, Monica (Gabby Velis), in California, far from the traditional rural life he left behind years ago. His father, Willis (Lance Henriksen), a headstrong man from a bygone era, lives alone on the isolated farm where John grew up.

Williss mind is declining, so John brings him west, hoping he and his sister, Sarah (Laura Linney), can help their father find a home closer to them. Their best intentions ultimately run up against Williss angry refusal to change his way of life in any way.

Review:
In his directorial debut, Mortensen explores the fractures and contrasts of a contemporary family. Williss abrasive nature, by turns caustic and funny, is aggravated by memory loss, bringing past and present into conflict.

As father and son finally confront events that have torn them apart, including their differing recollections of Johns mother, Gwen (Hannah Gross), we embark on a journey from darkness to light, from rage and resentment to acceptance and hard-won grace.

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