Falling Up (film)
|Directed by||David M. Rosenthal (director)|
|Produced by||Craig Conolly, Joseph M. Smith, Juan A. Mas, Rich Cowan, Alex Hank, Peter Kellner, Matt Luber, Richard Salvatore, Phoebe Stephens|
|Written by||David M. Rosenthal (director)
Joseph M. Smith
Rachael Leigh Cook
|Music by||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Edited by||Conor O'Neill|
|Distributed by||Anchor Bay (US & UK)
Nursing student Henry O'Shea (Joseph Cross), who suddenly finds himself the 'head' of his family, after the death of his father, takes a leave from school to support his mother, getting a job as a New York doorman. Soon one of the building's residents, Scarlett Dowling (Sarah Roemer), takes notice of him and soon they become romantically attracted to each other, much to the annoyance of her mother (Mimi Rogers).
- Joseph Cross as Henry O'Shea
- Sarah Roemer as Scarlett Dowling
- Snoop Dogg as Raul
- Rachael Leigh Cook as Caitlin O' Shea
- Claudette Lali as Mercedes
- Joe Pantoliano as George
- Mimi Rogers as Meredith
- Annette O'Toole as Grace O' Shea
- Daniel Newman as Jake Weaver
- Samuel Page as Buck
- Frankie Shaw as Gretchen
- Gordon Clapp as Colin O'Shea
- Jim Piddock as Phillip Dowling
- Peter Jason as John O'Shea
- Ajay Naidu as Paco
- Maria Cina as Mrs. Silverman
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Reviewer Amy Longsdorf wrote that although the film is predictable, "this modest charmer has a surprising delicacy and old-fashioned humanity" and is worth watching at home.
The exterior of the apartment building used in the movie is at 1215 5th Avenue, between 101st and 102nd Streets, just above Mt. Sinai Hospital. The Maine Monument at the entrance to Central Park at Merchants' Gate is also featured in one dog walking scene in the movie.
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