Helene is worth see-in!!
Randall Stevens | 06/17/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
" THE FALL Craig Sheffer, Helene de Fougerolles, Jurgen Prochnow, Kim Huffman, 1998 Synopsis
When a hysteric woman barges into a young man's apartment seeking help from a madman who is chasing her, a web of lies and deceit start to unravel. The young man must try to understand what is going on and who to believe as he is seduced by this unknown woman. My Review
French actress Helene de Fougerolles is quite good in her debut English movie. Her acting is seductive and suceeds to confuse the viewer. The film keeps you interested, and makes you wonder who is telling the truth. "
An exellent suspence thriller
Kinjal N. Vyas | Illinois | 09/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sitting alone one night watching HBO, I came upon this film, and was really impressed by it. The characters are very emotional, and the setting (Budapest, Hungary) is in a place which is one of my favorite regions in the world. The story starts out very dark and vividly and doesn't lose it's grip thru the suprising climax, and if in were made in by Hollywood, instead of being regarded in the Canadian film industry it would have gain some more recognition, I highly recommend this thriller, it surely has become one of my favorite movies."
An amazing Stanley Kubrick-eusqe thriller
Kinjal N. Vyas | Bombay, INDIA | 06/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was an amazing journey that really shows how well it was made. I really loved the acting and the plot. Taking place in Budapest, a young American becomes intrigued by the dark psyche that stalks the atmosphere which he eventually becomes obseessed with, and in that finds a diturbed young woman who becomes a dark part of his everlasting nightmare he lives in."