By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act November 2, 2012 at 11:37AM
Matthew Cherry's The Last Fall, which stars Lance Gross and Nicole Beharie, began its theatrical run exactly a week ago, Friday, October 26th, in Los Angeles, at the Rave Cinemas in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw plaza.
It's been extended for an additional week at Rave, so if you're in LA, and you have yet to see it, you have at least another week to do so!
As for other cities anxious to see the film, you'll just have to wait and see what develops in coming weeks.
Once again, its synopsis reads:
After several years in the playing professional football, Kyle Bishop is released from his fourth team in three years and returns to his home town, broke and at a complete loss about what he will do for a living. After an initially cold reception, Kyle reconnects with Faith Davis, his old high school sweetheart. Ready to leave football far in the past, Kyle gets a job at a local gym and starts planning a new life with Faith and her young son, Von. However, when Kyle unexpectedly gets a lucrative offer from another professional team, and the father of Faith's son, Rell, tries to win his way back in her life, he is torn about what path to take.
Vanessa Bell Calloway, Harry Lennix, Darrin Henson and Keith David round out the cast of the film, which was produced by Gross, along with Nikki Love and Scott Hebert, Ellis Hobbs, Monique Hobbs and Monica A. Young.
Showtimes for screenings at Rave over the next week are in the above image.
Matthew returned with a new entry to his S&A filmmaker diary series last week, addressing film deliverables; If you missed that entry, read it HERE.