In this taut, stylish and multi-layered psychological drama, four strangers come together – from the rubble and despair of crumbling marriages, stalled careers and secret desires – to push the boundaries of morality and explore their yearnings without inhibition. But anxieties rise as their chaotic paths collide and it becomes clear that nothing is what it seems as the lines of reality blur and each of them struggles to grasp where fantasy ends, passion begins … and how far is too far?
Set against the lush backdrop of Portland’s cityscape and its vibrant arts and club scene, will the married, successful architect Michael (Benjamin Farmer, TV’s “Grimm”, “Blacklist”) and impulsive artist and painter Sylvia (Maria Allred) cross a line from which they can’t come back? Can frustrated filmmaker Louisa (Julie Webb) and married father and pianist Luke (Patrick D. Green, TV’s Grimm) learn to trust one another when they don’t trust themselves?
Called “unapologetically bold,” “poignant” and “avant garde” by bloggers, The Texture of Falling is full of twists and turns, continuing to shift and distort perceptions until its startling climax.