Fall Time

Overview

In this violent thriller, three young men start a joke that quickly becomes more real (and more dangerous) than they'd ever anticipated. It's 1957, and three high school seniors celebrating their graduation think it would be fun to pull a prank; David (David Arquette), Tim (Jason London), and Joe (Jonah Blechman) will fake a robbery by driving up to a bank, "shooting" one of their number with a blank gun, and throwing him in the trunk before speeding away. But just as they're playing their practical joke, ...
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Overview

In this violent thriller, three young men start a joke that quickly becomes more real (and more dangerous) than they'd ever anticipated. It's 1957, and three high school seniors celebrating their graduation think it would be fun to pull a prank; David (David Arquette), Tim (Jason London), and Joe (Jonah Blechman) will fake a robbery by driving up to a bank, "shooting" one of their number with a blank gun, and throwing him in the trunk before speeding away. But just as they're playing their practical joke, Florence (Mickey Rourke) and Leon (Stephen Baldwin) are pulling an actual armed robbery at the same bank. In the confusion, the boys get mixed up with the real criminals, who take the teenagers hostage. Florence, unstable and given to sadistic tendencies, subjects the boys to torture with a clear homoerotic undercurrent; eventually, Florence and Leon tell the boys they'll release them only if they pull an actual bank job. The boys grudgingly agree, but Tim ends up grabbing window teller Patty (Sheryl Lee) instead of the cash.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/6/1999
  • UPC: 013023026797
  • Original Release: 1995
  • Rating:

  • Source: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • Presentation: Dolby 5.1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mickey Rourke Florence
Stephen Baldwin Leon
Sheryl Lee Patty
Jason London Tim
David Arquette David
Jonah Blechman Joe
J. Michael Hunter Big John
Richard Olsen Officer Duane
Sammy Kershaw Officer Donny
Steve Alden Officer Lyle
Jeff Gardner Ken
Tom Hull Gas Station Attendant
Paul Skemp Young Farmer
Emily Wachtel Hairdresser
Amy Parrish Sheila
John Henry Scott Older Farmer
Technical Credits
Paul Warner Director
Steve Alden Screenwriter
Tena Austin Makeup
Edward Bates Producer
Jay Cohen Executive Producer
Ken Diaz Makeup
Mark Gordon Cinematographer
Hummie Mann Score Composer
Paul E. Martin Set Decoration/Design
Steve Nevius Editor
Larry Oliver Associate Producer
Andrew Precht Production Designer
Alison Sadler Art Director
Paul Skemp Screenwriter
Mark Weingarten Musical Direction/Supervision
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Opening Credits [3:57]
2. Bridge Jumping [6:32]
3. Roadside Assurance [5:35]
4. Future Plans [3:23]
5. Twins [5:53]
6. A Change of Plans [4:26]
7. Newsflash [4:11]
8. Surprise [6:01]
9. Big Mistake [5:26]
10. Plan B [4:54]
11. 201 in Progress [4:36]
12. Hang Time [4:38]
13. Blow Out [4:53]
14. Mind Game [4:24]
15. Guts [8:57]
16. What Might Have Been [6:52]
17. End Titles [3:36]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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