The Fall (2008 film)

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The Fall
Directed by John Krueger
Produced by Marcienne Friesland, John Krueger
Written by John Krueger
Starring Benjamin Ciaramello, Scott Kinworthy, Erica Shaffer
Music by Max and Richard Druz
Cinematography Marco Cappetta
Production
company
Dangerous Wounded Animals, Kenneth Kemp Productions
Distributed by Osiris Entertainment
Release date
  • September 6, 2008 (2008-09-06) (Rome Film Festival)
  • October 30, 2009 (2009-10-30) (United States)
Running time
110 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $500,000 (estimated)

The Fall is a 2008 independent crime film written and directed by John Krueger, starring Benjamin Ciaramello, Scott Kinworthy, and Erica Shaffer.

Plot[edit]

Two brothers, Tony (Benny Ciaramello and Robert Gerdisch as young Tony) and Frank "Butchie" Jakubiak (Scott Kinworthy and Matthew Gold as young Butchie), are forced to face a terrible and hidden crime that comes from their past.

Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Role
Benny Ciaramello Tony Jakubiak
Peter Cilella Erik Masters
William Devane Judge Stanley Seeban
Jason Durdon Subpoena Cop
Priscilla Garita Reporter
Rosemary Garris Reporter
Robert Gerdisch Young Tony
Matthew Gold Young Butchie
Carolyn Hoerdermann Officer Hamm
Steven Jeffrey Holden Officer Steve
Scott Kinworthy Frank Jakubiak
Mildred Lombardi Edna
Erica Shaffer Mery Beth, Tony's wife

Production[edit]

The Fall was filmed in Los Angeles and Milwaukee.


Release[edit]

The Fall premiered at the Rome Film Festival in September 2008.

Home media[edit]

The film has been released in DVD format for home entertainment in 2010, distributed by Osiris Entertainment for the United States and Peacock Films for Australia.

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