Standing as a good example of the Cinema of Cruelty, FALL TIME is a stunning examination of loss of innocence in the 1950s. It's not a coming-of-age ode but a coming-of-death rumination.
Rebelling against the mapped-out constrictiveness of their futures, buddies-since childhood David (David Arquette), Tim (Jason London), and Joe (Jonah Blechman) run through their most elaborate practical joke ever. While they plan a small-town lark in which they'll masquerade as robbers and
pretend to shoot Tim, a sinister pair of career criminals, Florence (Mickey Rourke) and Leon (Stephen Baldwin), are planning a heist of the same bank the teens have targeted.
Foiling the ...