Antonia Gentry to Star in The Upside of Falling Down

the upside of falling down

Antonia Gentry, known for her role in “Ginny & Georgia,” has joined the cast of the upcoming romantic film “The Upside of Falling Down,” set to be launched for global pre-sales by Embankment at the Cannes film market. The movie, directed by Oran Zegman, also stars Calam Lynch of “Bridgerton” and “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” fame.

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Based on Rebekah Crane’s acclaimed novel of the same name, The Upside to Falling Down follows Clementine (Gentry) as she tries to rediscover herself after losing her memory in an accident. With the help of a stranger, Kieran (Lynch), Clem embarks on a journey of self-discovery and new beginnings. As she begins to fall in love with Kieran, both of their pasts come back to haunt them, leading to a jaw-dropping reveal.

Zegman commented on the film’s charm and the incredible chemistry between the leads. He also noted that the film has a compelling mystery with a fun, sexy summer feel.

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Produced by Judy Cairo and Sara Elizabeth Timmins, “The Upside of Falling Down” is set to begin principal photography later this year and deliver in mid-2024. Gentry, Lynch, and Zegman are represented by Industry Entertainment, Independent Talent Group, and WME and Industry Entertainment, respectively.

Originally read on Variety.



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