After the Fall

After the Fall

DVD - 2015
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When everyday family man Bill loses his job, his peaceful life quickly spirals out of control. Terrified that he will lose everything he has achieved, he turns to a life of crime, descending into drastic and dangerous measures to stay ahead of the law. As he fights to provide for his family, Bill discovers that the only thing worse than getting caught is getting away with it.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Phase 4 Films, c2015
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Aug 30, 2017

A self-righteous man, head of a household for a single income young family, lost his job but went out daily as if going to work as usual. When his car was repossessed and home set to be foreclosed upon, desperate times call for desperate measures in order to keep his facade going. So far, a familiar premise during recent 2008-2009 Great Recession. The rest of the story set up the film’s moral question on retributive justice for crimes that are committed for the greater good. Don’t look for excitement as “Falling Down 1993” or comedy as “Up in the Air 2009” or complexity as "99 Homes 2016"; this one has only one dimension: bland.

harrybrowne Sep 14, 2015

Jason Isaacs and Wes Bentley. Two stars for them, one star for the scenery. Good concept that could have been done much better.


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Aug 30, 2017

I hurt people, Frank.
-It's fxcked up. You want to fxck everything up?
I mean, the bank didn't force anybody to buy a house they couldn't afford, right? And now these people want out? Give me a break.
Calm down? Are we talking about your house? No, we're talking about my house. My wife, my kids, my home! Where are they gonna go, right? Don't tell me to calm down!
I'm serious. Anything. Anything at all. I'll do full-time, part-time, I'll do night-time. I'll work as a parking attendant. I'm serious. I'll take anything. Anything at all. Just begging you, please.
***Even this joke is bland***
Horse walks into a bar and the bartender says, "Why the long face?"
Morality's an illusion. We invented God to stop us taking each other's shit
and beating each other to death with clubs. That stopped working, so now we have cops and guns and the electric chair, prison. It's a bunch of bullshxt. It's fear that keeps us in line.


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