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    Tarsem Singh's The Fall

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    thanks for the link.
    i remember reading about this somewhere and how it was having trouble getting picked up by a distributer.
    looks like somehow they are gonna get it out there, which is wonderful imo.
    can't wait to see it.
    there are some beautiful images in the trailer that i have to see more.
    what a great visual director.

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    If it's anything like The Cell it'll be a feast for the eyes. And The Cell was that and more.
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    hehe sooo did you guys see it ? Im gonna do my best to see it this weekend.

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    I'm going to see it tonight.

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    I just got back. I found it incredibly good, but difficult to charecterize. A cross between Princess Bride, Wizard of Oz, and Pan's Labrynth is the closest I can come up, but doesn't really capture the manner in which the movie moves effortlessly between farcical humor and tragedy.

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    thanks for your insight man.
    It's surprising that so few people are interested in this movie...

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