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When a Man Falls Details


Three friends are reunited as their lives become increasingly desperate and dysfunctional in this independent drama. Bill (Dylan Baker) is a lonely middle-aged man who works as a night janitor in a large office building; he keeps himself company at work by listening to opera, and as he tries to sleep through the day he obsessively listens to a self-help tape that teaches "lucid dreaming." One of the men working Bill's building is Gary (Timothy Hutton), who has a habit of falling asleep at his desk rather than go home to deal with his loveless marriage to Karen (Sharon Stone), who is convinced she's losing her looks and turns to shoplifting for comfort. Even though Gary bullied Bill when they were in high school together, when they meet by chance at the office one night Gary is thrilled to see him, and suggests they get together with another fellow classmate, Travis (Pruitt Taylor Vince). However, as they spend time together, the three men are only reminded of their emotional isolation, and how their lives have not turned out as they dreamed. When A Man Falls was produced in part by co-star Sharon Stone; the film received its American premiere at the 2007 South By Southwest Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Dylan Baker
as Bill
Stacie Bono
as Sadie
Timothy Hutton
as Gary Fields
Sharon Stone
as Karen Fields
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Travis
David Williams
as Will
Nicholas Elia
as Erik
Melanie Yeats
as Cathy


Ryan Eslinger
Kirk Shaw
Mary L. Aloe
Christian Arnold-Beutel
Ryan Eslinger
Lawrence Sher
John Sereda
Composer (Music Score)
Jamie Alain
Ryan Eslinger
Andrew Deskin
Production Designer
Maxwell Sinovoi
Executive Producer
Michael Dimanno
Executive Producer
Soly Haim
Executive Producer
Tim McGrath
Executive Producer
Sharon Stone
Executive Producer
R. Scott Reid
Executive Producer
John F.S. Laing
Executive Producer
Alain de la Mata
Executive Producer
Ira Besserman
Executive Producer
Ken Shapkin
Costume Designer
Tad Nazar
Sound/Sound Designer
Eyde Belasco