Altitude Falling (2010)

Altitude Falling (2010)

Director Paul Bright

Writer Paul Bright

Genre Romance, Sci-Fi

Year 2010

Actors Heath Allyn, Matt Beene, Peggy Mae Binn, Paul Bright

IMDB : 3.5 (160 votes)


Description Horrified at the abuse of his invention, Greg moves to a small mountain town and falls in love with Danny. After landing his lover a government job, Greg discovers that Danny will soon be ...


  • dan bisson 2017-02-12 05:16:37
  • messmaker2298 2016-11-30 06:00:54
    ok it was a pretty good movie. I hope you can make a sequel to see what happened in the end. lose the ugly hat though it makes ya look 75 and nerdy. lmao
  • messmaker2298 2016-11-30 04:06:41
    you call that feeding your cat? sheez poor kitty
  • Roger Spencer 2016-10-12 20:41:59
    Paul I like everything that you do
  • curt childress 2016-09-24 02:59:32
    Wow. An impressive little techo storyline...and a very touching and charming love story laced very well into the intrigue of a possible future world. I am so wanting to see a sequel to this is so well constructed with characters and plots and leaves the audience wanting to know what happens after the ending. there a sequel I'm not aware of??? Is there plans for a sequel??? ...I swear this film was just excellent all the way around and inside and out. Bravo! Bravo!
  • Ivanildo Bezerra De França 2016-09-13 15:19:15
    Eu ja assisti esse filme e gostei muito
  • David Metzger 2016-08-22 23:46:23
    I have known something like this would be our future for some time now. It sucks to think of.
  • Yony Ezequiel Cardozo 2016-07-31 18:30:05
  • Ronald Preston 2016-05-23 11:25:12
    Thanks Paul I will be looking forward to this one
  • Ronald Preston 2016-05-21 16:31:08
    A jolly good show - thanks
  • tysonvslewis12 2016-04-24 00:43:33
    not sure why people are bashing this film really, not awfull at all.
  • Travis Maupin 2016-04-23 07:39:05
    i really enjoyed this
  • Travis Maupin 2016-04-22 21:10:11
    i love the bunny's on the opening
  • izzyduzit16 2016-04-11 23:41:24
    is there like a sequel?
  • janus2005hotmail 2016-03-18 05:51:56
    Thank you for this film Mr. Bright. Unfortunately, I do believe this is our future. On a side note, whatever happened to the actor who played 'no papers' - Edward Morgan?
  • Ramon Reyes 2016-03-16 23:36:28
    Great job Paul!!!
  • Naleef Mohamed 2016-03-16 16:19:41
    This was nice
  • Robert Visconti 2015-10-06 22:13:40
    This seemed rather like 1984, with Big Brother watching everyone. It's funny that the world in the not too distant future can be completely accepting of gay relationships, but not at all accepting of true independence. Paul Bright... I hope that your foretelling of the future isn't at all what this film makes it seem... And to think that I've been having my cats chipped to keep them safe... It's too late not to envision a use for the technology. The Republicans being what they are, it may be too late to keep Mr. Bright's natural progression from catching hold. The future can't be as bleak as "Altitude Falling" makes it seem... RobtheElder
  • sammy jones 2015-05-24 22:20:43
    I really liked this film. I also watched Angora Ranch and loved it. You are a very talented filmmaker: conceptually and technically. The themes and the acting are very realistic. Your work is so great I think that I just might have a "movie star crush" on you. That has never happened to me before. I hope to continue watching your channel. Keep up the fine work.
  • Mark Foster 2015-05-18 19:44:16
    I didn't know what to expect when I clicked on this film. But I have to say that I couldn't turn away from it. I found it compelling from start to finish. And the love story between Greg and Paul was so touching. Thank you for a lovely film experience. I will certainly look for other work of yours, Mr. Bright. Wow!

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