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November 10, 2021

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After We Fell 2021 (Hindi Dubbed)

  • IMDb Ratings: 4.9/10
  • Director: Castille Landon
  • Writers: Anna Todd (based on the novel by), Sharon Soboil
  • Stars: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard
  • Genres: Drama |  Romance

After We Fell is a 2021 American romantic drama film ,
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After We Fell is a 2021 Romantic film directed by Castille Landon, based on the new adult fiction novel of the same name by Anna Todd.

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After We Fell 2021 Movie – Storyline :

Tessa Young flashes back to when her mother Carol kicked her father Richard out of their house over his alcoholism. In the present, Tessa and her boyfriend Hardin Scott bring a now-homeless Richard to their apartment. Tessa wants to let her father stay so she can build a relationship with him, while Hardin distrusts Richard, even offering him money to leave. Richard declines the money, explaining that he only wants to make amends. Tessa and Landon, Hardin’s step-brother, discuss Tessa’s move to Seattle to be closer to her employer Vance Publishing. Hardin arrives and argues with Tessa over the move; he hoped to move with Tessa to London after graduation. After a phone call with his mother Trish, who asks Hardin to attend her upcoming wedding and talks about her close relationship with Vance’s owner Christian Vance, Hardin accompanies Richard to a bar, where they get into a brawl with bystanders after they make lewd comments about Tessa (who later comes to pick them up). The next day, Richard decides to leave the apartment, while Hardin and Tessa fight again about her move to Seattle. Kimberley, Vance’s fiancée, offers to let Tessa and Hardin stay with the couple in Seattle. Hardin apologizes to Tessa.

Tessa and Hardin accompany Hardin’s dad, Ken, his step-mom, Karen, and Landon to the family’s lake house for a weekend vacation. Hardin sheds some of his previous hostilities towards his family, growing closer to them. While the family is out for dinner, Hardin encounters a old friend, Lilly, who he introduces to Tessa. Tessa grows jealous of the attention Hardin is lavishing on Lilly and begins to flirt with their waiter Robert. After sex, Hardin asks Tessa if she ever had emotional feelings towards her coworker, Trevor. Tessa admits she briefly did, causing Hardin to storm away. When Hardin tells Tessa that he is with Lilly, Tessa goes to the restaurant from before and flirts with Robert, who gives her his phone number. Hardin and Lilly arrive, and Lilly explains that she’s gay and thus has no romantic or sexual interest in Hardin. When Hardin finds Robert’s phone number in Tessa’s belongings the next day, the two leave the lake house early. Tessa moves into Vance’s Seattle house.

After We Fell Full Movie Review:

I seem to recall seeing the previous episode of this trilogy in the cinema – a beneficiary of the lockdown dearth that propelled some serious dross onto the big screen. This, mercifully, never found a home there and so could be watched, half-heartedly, from the comfort of my own living room. The rather uninspiring, self-indulgent characterisations of “Tess” (Josephine Langford) and “Hardin” (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) continue to vacillate from loving to loathing each other for reasons that continued to escape me after the first two films. The narrative reminded me of a visualisation of letters one might have written to a lonely hearts column – each problem being acted out on screen by the pair, before the scenario resets (for good or ill) and off we go again. To be fair, they are both quite easy on the eye, but their frequent, creatively photographed, sex scenes accompanied by some mediocre AOR soundtrack quickly start to wear thin. Perhaps I am just too old for this, but I just found their on/off relationship, their secret keeping about things that couldn’t matter a jot to anyone, let alone to those who purport to “love” one and other, really boring. The truly stilted dialogue and delivery (especially from HFT, complete with a his unique set of “letraset” tattoos) ) contrive to make this a real dirge of a watch. Watch out, there’s another one coming too….


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