Falling Overnight
Feature Film Program

Thursday Nov 17, 2011
7:00PMDoors Open
7:30PMFilm Begins
9:00PMQ&A and drinks with filmmakers and cast
Free with RSVP. RSVP to events@nymag.com Please note that capacity is limited and RSVP does not guarantee entry, so make sure to get there early!

Andaz West Hollywood
Indoors, looking out on the Sundeck
West Hollywood
8401 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069


This Show Presented in Partnership With
Andaz Hotel
New York Magazine
Free with RSVP. L.A. Premiere. (note capacity is limited and RSVP does not guarantee entry)

Love will find you when you least expect it. Rooftop Films presents our first screening in L.A.!

Rooftop Films, New York Magazine and the Andaz Salon Series present the Los Angeles Premiere of Falling Overnight. Falling Overnight tells the story of twenty-two year old Elliot on the day before he has risky surgery to remove a brain tumor. Facing what could be his last night, Elliot’s path intersects with Chloe who takes him on an intimate and exhilarating journey through the city. But as morning approaches, and Chloe learns of Elliot’s condition, the magic of the evening unravels, and they must together face the uncertainty of Elliot’s future.

The event is free and open to the public--all you have to do is RSVP to events@nymag.com. Please note that capacity is limited and RSVP does not guarantee entry, so make sure to get there early!

Stay after the film to enjoy a Q&A and drinks with the filmmaker and cast.


Falling Overnight (Conrad Jackson | Los Angeles, CA | 88 min.)
Love will find you when you least expect it; this is the situation that the characters Elliot and Chole face in the romantic, funny and honest Falling Overnight. Preparing for life-altering surgery, Elliot, charmingly played by Parker Croft (who also co-wrote the film), makes a move to get to know the lovely Chloe (Emilia Zoryan), a girl he meets by chance.

It’s possible that because his future is unknown, Elliot is willing to let his guard down and the embrace the events of the night as the ride out. Random yet romantic adventures throughout a warm Los Angles night solidify their instant connection, and when Elliot’s truth is revealed, so are the downsides of falling in love. Pain and disappointment are the other side of the love spectrum, and are just as heightened as the intoxicating feelings they have just discovered for each other.

The story plays out at the leisurely pace of a summer night, drifting from small moments to wild adventures with the ease of budding love affair. Directed by Conrad Jackson, the film does what it was indented to do, successfully telling the bittersweet experience of falling in love when the future is uncertain. Not over dramatic in any sense, the connection between Elliot and Chole feels real, as does Elliot’s solitude towards his illness. It’s perfected by the performances of Croft and Zoryan, and a slew of secondary likeable characters.

Ultimately, the multiple award-winning Falling Overnight is a complicated yet sweet story of two people falling in love, a film that serves as a reminder of how powerful love can be, delivering equal amounts of pleasure and pain all within one night.


- Chantel Hirter-Elassaad

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