STANDING UP, FALLING DOWN opens in Toronto at the Carlton Cinema (20 Carlton St) on February 21, 2020, with a premium digital release on the same day.
Standing Up, Falling Down – Coming February 21 http://www.StandingUpFallingDownMovie.com Subscribe to SHOUTFACTORY: http://bit.ly/1nm0dKP Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/shoutfactory Like us on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1nEYhOx After four years of chasing his stand-up comedy dream in Los Angeles, 34-year old Scott Rollins (Ben Schwartz) has crashed and burned.
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Watch Billy Crystal on Jimmy Kimmel Live! chatting about Standing Up, Falling Down.
Billy talks about hosting the Oscars, why he thinks a host is necessary, celebrating 50 years of marriage, his mountain lion problem, the problem with dogs, doing a screening at the White house for George W. Bush, his new movie Standing Up, Falling Down, working with Ben Schwartz and Tiffany Haddish, and he tests Jimmy with questions from the written driving test.
Hilarious Segment begins at: 09:15
“This may be the best performance that Crystal has ever given.”
– Stephen Farber, Hollywood Reporter
“Its smooth craftsmanship extends to all packaging elements, with an above-average attention to creating an inviting warmth from the visual contributors”
– Dennis Harvey, Variety
“It’s comedy gold.”
– Kristy Strouse, Film Inquiry
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2020
Tribeca Film Festival 2019
Heartland International Film Festival 2019 – Winner Humor and Humanity Award & Best Directorial Debut
UK Film Festival 2019
Synopsis: Things are not going according to plan for Scott (Ben Schwartz), a stand-up comedian begrudgingly returning to Long Island after striking out on the Los Angeles comedy scene. He’s humiliated to move back in with his family and haunted by what could have been with Becky (Eloise Mumford), the hometown girlfriend he abruptly left for the West Coast. Wracked with doubt and facing the prospect of a soul-crushing “real” job, Ben finds an unexpected connection with Marty (Billy Crystal), a local dermatologist and charming barfly with a penchant for karaoke. Scott learns that Marty’s larger-than-life personality and alcoholism mask past disappointments of his own. As their unlikely friendship evolves, Marty and Scott find the strength to start confronting their long-simmering regrets.
CAST: Billy Crystal (When Harry Met Sally, City Slickers), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation, Coffee Town, Modern Family), Eloise Mumford (The Right Stuff, Chicago Fire, Fifty Shades films), Grace Gummer (Mr. Robot, American Horror Story, The Newsroom), Jill Hennessy (City on a Hill, Crawford, Law and Order)
DIRECTOR: Matt Ratner (Directorial Debut)
WRITER: Peter Hoare (Kevin Can Wait, Killing Hasselhoff, Fuse News)
RUNNING TIME: 91 MINUTES
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