By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act October 23, 2012 at 6:24PM
Here's the last clip before the film opens this Friday, from Matthew Cherry's family drama, The Last Fall, which stars Lance Gross and Nicole Beharie.
It'll begin its theatrical run this Friday, October 26th, in Los Angeles, at the Rave Cinemas in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw plaza.
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.
As usual, if the film does very well when it opens in LA, expect a gradual expansion into other cities.
By the way, Matthew returned with a new entry to his S&A filmmaker diary series last week, addressing film deliverables; or as he bluntly put it, things that he wished someone had explained to him when he was making the film. If you missed that entry, read it HERE.
Showtimes at at Rave Cinemas, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15 are as follows: 10:10am,12:30pm, 3:00pm, 5:30pm, 8:10pm and 10:50pm, in a 200 seat theater.
Advance tickets sales are now available on MovieTickets.com HERE. Matthew says that their goal is to have 1,000 people see the film the first two days of opening weekend. Folks can RSVP on Facebook HERE.
In this clip Nicole's character (Faith Davis) confronts Lance's character's best friend Marcus (Michael Moss) at his job about a conversation that he had with Kyle (Lance Gross) earlier that portrayed her in a negative light.
The scene stars Nicole Beharie, Michael Moss and Portia Jenkins.
The song featured in this clip is J*Davey - Anything Goes, which is featured in the film and on our soundtrack: