Saturday, March 29, 2008

Falling in Love

I've been waiting for Tarsem Singh to finally release his second feature The Fall for years now. I was blown away by his debut, the crime thriller cum elaborate sci-fi fantasy doppleganger. Ali saw it at TIFF nearly a year and a half ago! But now it seems The Fall is finally being released in America at least and Cinematical has a photo gallery up of images from the film. They all look quite spectacular, but one wonders if anything will approach the sight of Vincent D'Onofrio striding down a flight of stairs as a giant cape adorning the walls of his throneroom tumble around the perametre, Vince Vaughn's intestines being used as a makeship harp, or three corpse-like women sitting patiently in an ominously lit field or... well, pretty much the entirety of The Cell.

Below are just some of the images. I have no idea what any of them mean. That could be good or bad. Click them to enlarge.





By the way, if you haven't, please go and read Nick's (as in Nicks Flick Picks) review of The Cell from 2000. It's a corker and is a must read for anyone, whether they liked or disliked the film. Go!

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