The Free Fall

2021

Horror

3
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 47

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
January 14, 2022 at 07:50 AM

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Dominic Hoffman as Dr. Sims
Andrea Londo as Sara
Madeleine Coghlan as Madeleine
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756.89 MB
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English 2.0
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1 hr 22 min
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1.52 GB
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English 5.1
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23.976 fps
1 hr 22 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 5 / 10

An experience

Adam Stilwell wrote and directed The Triangle, which is a film I've heard plenty of good things about. This time, he's made a movie about a woman named Sara. She starts the film by waking up from a coma -- she'd witnessed something traumatic with her parents and attempted suicide -- into a life she doesn't remember. And while her husband seems helpful, there's the hint that he's being a little bit too controlling.

How controlling? Well, most of their house is off limits to her and she's constantly followed by her nurse Rose, who is played by V star Jane Balder and let me tell you, I've never seen Ms. Balder play a single heroic or nice person.

Also, when our heroine digs up her garden, she finds an intestine growing in it which is just one of the visions she's seeing. Is she still alive? Is she being gaslit by her husband? Has she lost her mind? There's a major shift that comes into the movie, so get ready for it. This is a dark exploration about recovering from suicide as well as the pain men can put into a relationship, so watch it at your own peril.

Reviewed by gillman11 7 / 10

Barmy urban gothic amnesia tale

Grimmfest 2021

Hard to comment without giving it away and honestly, you deserve to go into this one cold and experience it yourself.

For the most part, an urban spin on a Daphne DuMaurier style gaslighting tale. We can tell things ain't right but we don't know why or how.

The three leads play it straight - Ashmore and the stunning Ms Lando are more than watchable throughout.

Then, it careers into its final act and it has to be seen to be believed...

Critic proof - a sure fire future cult classic.

Reviewed by prettyh-1 8 / 10

Ashmore is great, and the movie will keep you off balance

I saw this as part of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival this year, and I wasn't sure what to expect. It looked like a fairly modestly budgeted horror movie, but I was interested because I liked the two leads (Shawn Ashmore and Narcos's Andrea Londo) and the director's previous film, The Triangle. Still, my expectations were tempered. The gist: a woman has gone through something truly horrific (quite the opening sequence - yikes!), and after attempting suicide she's struggling to regain her memory. Her husband is by her side as she gets stronger, but is he understandably overprotective... or is there more going on in the house?

Fortunately this movie - which shifts between psychological thriller and horror - kept me guessing, and it actually did a few things that I (a pretty avid horror watcher) didn't see coming. There were plot elements I suspected by about halfway through, but there's a surrealist quality to the twists that start coming around that midpoint that make that moot, because by then you're so uneasy as the viewer that it doesn't matter if you've guessed a direction. No spoilers: there's a dinner party scene that really starts to make you wonder wtf is going on, in a good way. The writer and director does a very good job at keeping you as off-kilter as the main character is clearly feeling. Who is being gaslighted here, and who's doing the gaslighting? Is it the fragile wife? The controlling husband? Is it the wife's mysteriously absent sister? Or the Danvers-esque housekeeper who seems to have an agenda? And who are the people who keep showing up outside the house...?

Bonus points to Ashmore, who plays into the "is he evil/is he protecting her" qualities of his husband role exceptionally well. He walks a thin line and keeps you vacillating between two extremes throughout the film, and it's quite fun to see. Another bonus point for the ending, which threw another angle at me that I hadn't anticipated at all.

A strong 7/10 rounded up to an 8 for Ashmore and the truly trippy direction it takes halfway through. It may not be groundbreaking but it's certainly entertaining!

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