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How He Fell in Love

How He Fell in Love

Jun. 11, 2015 USA107 Min.
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A struggling musician enters into a chance affair with a married woman. The illicit encounters and resulting bond affect both in lasting and significant ways.

How He Fell in Love
Original titleHow He Fell in Love
IMDb Rating6.6 152 votes
TMDb Rating0.8 2 votes

(6) comments

  • koley-07966June 17, 2015Reply

    How He Fell In Love Audience Review

    I had the privilege of seeing this film at the LA Film Festival. I was
    struck by how authentic the performances are and how much chemistry was
    shared between Travis (Matt McGorry) and Ellen (Amy Hargreaves). The
    story unfolds beautifully due to the strong direction from Marc Meyers
    and skillful editing from Jamie Kirkpatrick. The cinematography from
    Ruben O’Malley is intimate and invites us into how the two leads fall
    in love. I sincerely hope that this film gets picked up. I think it
    would resonate with many of us who are trying to find our way in the
    world and who believe we lack that one element in our lives that would
    make us whole.

  • jicama_saladJuly 15, 2016Reply

    Go See This Movie!

    I caught this terrific movie at LA Film Fest in 2015, glad to see it’s
    getting distribution. The film features fantastic performances from the
    leads Amy Hargreaves, Matt McGorry and the ensemble cast. And its
    always great to see veteran character actor Mark Blum. It was
    beautifully shot (made me miss NYC), scored and confidently written and
    directed by Marc Meyers. This is a grown-up film about grown-ups. Full
    disclosure, I have known and worked with the director. Its been
    wonderful to watch him to grow into the assured filmmaker that brought
    about this work. This film is everything we love about independent
    film. Bravo and highly recommend!

  • aesther-42944December 29, 2016Reply

    Great movie!

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • abby-23380February 11, 2017Reply

    Better than expected

    I liked this movie more than I expected to. The story stayed with me
    long after I’d watched it as I found the characters to be very
    authentic, and the casting and portrayals were very good. The movie
    doesn’t condone, justify, or glamorize extramarital affairs. In fact,it
    reveals how something that might, at first, seem like just a casual and
    temporary dalliance can snowball into lasting negative consequences for
    everyone involved. When the affair begins, I was thinking she should
    have stopped it right at the first kiss, but then… there wouldn’t be
    a movie.

    As Ellen’s feelings for young Travis strengthen, she becomes torn up
    over her betrayal to her husband, who is nearly 20 years older than
    her. The affair brings up negative emotions that she’d probably been
    suppressing for quite a while, although she truly cares for her husband
    and the life they’ve created together. These conflicting emotions help
    explain how it was relatively easy for her to begin the affair with
    Travis in the first place.

    The ending also seems realistic and appropriate, not fully resolving
    what happened, but highlighting how the characters’ lives have
    significantly changed.

  • smithellie1966May 25, 2017Reply

    Boring and feels fake.

    This movie did not resonate with me. Many people confuse infatuation
    and lust with love. There is absolutely no development that would even
    remotely lead to love. I found it to be boring, fake emotions and an
    absolute lack of chemistry between leading actors. While Amy Hargreaves
    was OK, Matt McGorry was completely flat. I did not like or cared about
    the characters. 44 years old Ellen turned out to be emotionally
    unstable and insecure, and behaved like a teenager. Not really
    attractive. Older women usually are secure and confident and that is
    what attracts young men. Here, Ellen is not much different than Monica,
    who is in her 20s. Fights between Henry and Ellen were really out of
    place and did not contribute anything to the story. Some dialogues
    where pretty stupid (You dried my eggs, LOL).

  • smithellie1966May 25, 2017Reply

    Boring and feels fake.

    This movie did not resonate with me. Many people confuse infatuation
    and lust with love. There is absolutely no development that would even
    remotely lead to love. I found it to be boring, fake emotions and an
    absolute lack of chemistry between leading actors. While Amy Hargreaves
    was OK, Matt McGorry was completely flat. I did not like or cared about
    the characters. 44 years old Ellen turned out to be emotionally
    unstable and insecure, and behaved like a teenager. Not really
    attractive. Older women usually are secure and confident and that is
    what attracts young men. Here, Ellen is not much different than Monica,
    who is in her 20s. Fights between Henry and Ellen were really out of
    place and did not contribute anything to the story. Some dialogues
    where pretty stupid (You dried my eggs, LOL).

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