10.28.2012

The Fall

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The Fall is one of my favorite movies. It takes place in1920 and follows a little girl in a hospital who is enchanted by the elaborate stories told to her by a bed ridden man.

The little girl is adorable as can be, and Lee Pace is...well...

*sigh*

It's not a light film, but I think it's really beautiful. It's on Netflix streaming right now, and I'd highly recommend checking it out if you like visually bold and emotional stories. 

{All screencaps from here}

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23 comments:

Hannah Alyse said...

Oh my goodness! I love this movie...well, not so much the movie. I like movies like this and The Cell on in the background while I work and I can just randomly watch all the beauty parade across screen. The costumes/headpieces are EPIC :) Great recommendation!

Harlow Darling said...

I love films that are bitter sweet, they have such a beauty to them. I'd rather a tear jerker over a rom-com any day!
Thanks for the recommendation :)

Alli said...

I'm definitely going to have to check this movie out....it looks amazing:)

Sarah Dee said...

I'm so happy that this is on Netflix because after looking at these photos I can't resist! I want to watch it now!

xoxo missdottidee.blogspot.com

Bunny Moreno said...

I have been looking for a good movie to watch and now I have it! Thanks so much! Going to watch it today!1 xox

VintageDanielle said...

I've never heard of it but I think I'll have to check it out.

Kathleen Lisson said...

This movie looks beautiful. We're hunkering down for the hurricane so I will have to add this to our queue.

princesspincurls.com said...

I am going to hunt up a copy ASAP, looks too good to miss...thanks for sharing with us. xx Shauna

ourdailydress said...

You had me at Lee Pace. You will always have me at Lee Pace. I may actually see that stupid Twilight movie for Lee Pace.

Porcelina said...

I hadn't heard of this one, I'll have to investigate!

Just to let you know also - your blog is in my top 5 for outfit posts, I did a little post about it here:
http://porcelinasworld.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/my-top-5-outfit-post-blogs.html

I used one of your photos but it's clearly linked to your blog, I hope this is okay - please let me know if there's any issue!

Hope you have a good week!

Porcelina xx

Jessica Cangiano said...

What an interesting, soulful sounding film. I've not encountered it before, but will be checking momentarily to see if Neflix Canada has it (they only have a small fraction of the movies that are available on the US version). If not, I'll add it to my "must watch" movie list and hunt down a copy elsewhere. Thank you for introducing me to this movie, I'm very excited to see it one day.

♥ Jessica

LandGirl1980 said...

Had not heard of this before - I shall have to hunt it down!

Just Another Girl said...

I saw this movie a few months ago and absolutely fell in love with it. It is an exceptional and moving film. Also, Lee Pace <3

Clarissa said...

This is a favorite in our house.This movie has a great story and is also visually stunning!

Emma Litton said...

Such a great movie! It's such a feast for the eyes.

xo,
Em

Hannah said...

I love this movie too! It's so beautiful! And the little girl is just the cutest!

Kal said...

Such a beautiful movie to look at you. You feel a part of the adventure and hurt when the characters hurt.

JewishGirlBlog said...

Lee Pace is so dreamy. I think I cried actual tears when Pushing Daisies was canceled.

Johnny and June said...

Oh my god. This film. Seriously it's my absolute favourite! Not enough people know about the wonder of the Fall! I'm so glad you've posted it. And Lee Pace! *swoon*
Jesse xx

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

I've seen this one, partly at least. Can't remember where, hotel room maybe. Think I missed the beginning and canät remember how it ended either :) Perhaps it's available on Netflix over here too, should check out!

Jen said...

One of my favorite movies!

Maria Verymuchalive said...

It's so strange: just yesterday I watched this wonderful film and today I found your blog (wonderful as well, may I say) with a post about this film.
It might be a destiny!

Closet Cupcake said...

I had the biggest crush on Lee Pace after this movie!