Toledo native Marcus Dean Fuller wrote, directed, and stars in One Fall, an utterly cheesetastic and completely confusing story about James Bond (no joke), a man who falls from a 200-foot rock. He miraculously survives and gains a new superpower to heal people, which is, as cliché would have it, both a blessing and a curse. Most of the story takes place in a hospital where the janitor is enchanted, the sexy administrator is an ex-fiancee, and the (only?) doctor is James’ big brother. The relationships are formulaic, the dialogue is forced, the facts are foggy, and a finale that is supposed to tie things up just leaves more questions. Allusions to other superhero sagas only underscore the movie’s shortcomings, not the least of which is its crippling desire to do too much.
Director: Marcus Dean Fuller
Writer: Marcus Dean Fuller
Cast: Marcus Dean Fuller, Zoe McLellan, Seamus Mulcahy, James McCaffrey, Mark La Mura, Dominic Fumusa, Mark Margolis, Phyllis Somerville, LeeAnne Hutchison and Audrey Amey