|Directed by||Paul Warner|
|Produced by||Edward Bates|
|Written by||Steve Alden
|Music by||Hummie Mann|
|Cinematography||Mark J. Gordon|
|Edited by||Steven Nevius|
Fall Time is a 1995 film directed by Paul Warner and co-written by Paul Skemp and Steve Alden. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1995.
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Three friends decide to pull a prank and pretend to rob a bank when an actual bank robbery is taking place. The real bank robbers take them hostage and force them to rob a bank for them.
|Mickey Rourke||Florence Nightingale|
|Sheryl Lee||Patty / Carol|
|Steve Alden||Officer Lyle|
|Michael Edelstein||Bank Manager|
|Richard K. Olsen||Officer Duane|
Although it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival (it lost to The Brothers McMullen), it never got domestic distribution in the United States.
Todd McCarthy of Variety did not care for the film:
|“||There's material here for a film, at most, half the length of Fall Time, a thoroughly pedestrian crime drama.||”|
- "Fall Time Review - Read Variety's Analysis Of The Movie Fall Time". Variety.com. 1995-01-22. Retrieved 2010-10-06.
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