Critic Reviews for Fall
Throughout the entirety of "Fall," Murphy unassumingly serves notice that proficient character actors we often take for granted really shouldn't be.
Straining mightily for a Bergmanesque somberness but mainly smacking of pretension, Fall suffers from its overly determined subtlety.
Murphy's quietly precise performance ultimately can't overcome the film's chilly gravity and unsatisfying finale.
There's some fine supporting work by the cast, particularly Suzanne Clement as the parishioner's embittered widow. But it's Odette's restrained and deliberate storytelling that makes Fall so quietly haunting and effective.
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