Based on 457 votes and 20 reviews
ridiculous and depressing. but i was distracted by the incorrect dating of the movie. it was obviously written by someone who has little familiarity with the late '60s. I was 15 in 1969 and remember the time quite well. sorry. fallen angels is a late '50s, early '60s movie. definitely not 1969. guys - do better research next time.
Katarine Isabelle was absolutly amazing in this film. Shes actually the reason I decided to add the film to my DVD collection. Also cheak out GingerSnaps, Gingersnaps 2: Unleashed (though not as good as the first, seeing as how Katarine isn`t really in it), GingerSnaps 3 (shes in this one!), Turning Paige (yep, Katarine also stars in this), oh and I suppose you could rent Disturbing Behaviour (she has a small role in this as well ). As you can tell I am just so impressed with her acting, I love anything shes in!
Excellent - incredible performances from Miranda Richardson and Callum Keith Rennie
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I am indeed a fan! There are very few movies which I watch more than twice, but I find myself stopping whatever I`m doing whenever it`s on. It`s haunting and humorous, and the soundtrack is great.....it takes you right back to that era. Thumbs up to all the awesome Canadian talent!
great movie loved the songs can you sent me a list of the music played in movie please
It`s a great film which depicks the life a "real" family, and shows how they deal with and cope death, sex, and the thought of having nothing but each other. The actors in the film, did a surpurb job of making the film life-like and all desreve to be credited with that. Over all, I think the film is awesome and an excellent satirical peice of human interaction and family bonds.
unbelievable... so convincing that it was the late 60s. what is normal or abnormal in a family? every dysfunctional family looks great now
The cast was incredible, and so was this film. So impressive & poignant.
Monte Gagne and Katherine Isabelle were really great!
it was a refreshing movie and I was very impressed that it was Canadian. I also am in love with Lou
complex, wacky, enjoyable
I loved the movie. Keep up the good work.
A beautiful film with strong performances, achingly real, and talented direction. A definite must-see. It is incredible!
amazing, darkly funny, smart and sensitive all at once. A must-see. Canadian films just get better and better, if this is any indication.
sensitive handling of difficult themes
faithful adaptation of Barbara Gowdy`s novel. Interesting and well acted.
Great story and acting
stupid and pointless