Louder Than Words

Synopsis: After the Fall is inspired by true events and tells the poignant story of grieving parents who used the unexpected death of their young daughter as inspiration to build a world class children's hospital. The hospital not only keeps their daughter's memory alive, but has also gone on to help thousands of children and their families, eventually becoming the template for all children's hospitals built thereafter.
Genre: Drama, Family
Director(s): Anthony Fabian
Production: Arc Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min


This is not a sad story.

Well, that's what you were

thinking, isn't it?

You hear this music,

and you see me pedaling down

some sun-dappled street,

and you think, "uh-oh."

Ow! Oh, my gosh, Maria.

It's a story about my family

and how much we all

love each other.

[ SQUEALS ] Julie!

Julie's the oldest of

the triplets,

and she never lets the

other two forget it.


I can do this, honey.

Why don't you go...

That's Steph.

When she does talk

to my parents,

she usually says the

wrong thing.

And Michael, snark central.

When do we get a break?

Are you in the union?

He's joking, but he means it.

Then there's dad.

Dad doesn't say the wrong thing.

He just doesn't say anything.

This reminds me of

our first date.

Not again.

[ KIDS GROAN ] I want to hear.

He invited me over to a house

he was remodeling

to help peel wallpaper.

Uh-huh. Wow.

You're such a romantic, dad.

I am. On the second date, we

pulled carpeting.


She probably liked it.

Actually, I did, Steph.

We had fun.

Am I right? Yeah.

Well, that's about all

the fun I can handle.

Nice way to get out of working.

So is that when you fell

in love with mom?

When did you fall in

love with me?

Oh, I-I'll let you know.


[ KISS ]

Hey, you should have called.

"I know mom's unhappy you're

not getting along

"even if she doesn't show it.

You should talk to her."

She thinks it's so easy.

I guess you could say

my role in the family

is the glue.

I'm always trying to get

everyone to stick together.

I'm not in the mood.

I have a headache.

Want me to fix it?

You could breathe again

you would...

Feel better?


So what will you do when you're

at college and I'm not there?

I'll come see you.

It's not that far.

It's just Boston.

Yeah, but what if you went to

nyu and commuted?

Or if you had a dorm?

I could take the

train on weekends,

and you could pick me up

at grand central.

...house is falling

your house is falling down

Even I couldn't

fix everything.

One day at school,

my shoulder started

hurting really bad.

That night, I woke up with the

worst headache in my life.



Here we go. Got her?


It's okay, sweetie. I got you.



we got him here now.

I want to go home. I know.

I wouldn't worry. If you're

half the s.O.B. Your father is,

we'll have you out of

here by breakfast.

I always treated you like a

lady, didn't I?

Eddie and I did some

business last year.

Oh, he did the business.

I ate crow.


If I didn't have a

taste for crow,

would I be running a

place like this?

The triplets were leaving

soon for college in Boston.

I was worried about

being left alone,

but I was more worried

about Michael.

What would he do without me?

On the beach, under the pier

where the cool

kids are so near

it's perfect for a


Where you going?

Pick up some smokes.

I want to go.

Mom won't let you.

It's perfect for a ladybug

I can't

believe she caved.

I told her my homework was

done, which it is.

It's just different from how we

grew up. That's all.

You think I'm spoiled?

Well, you are kind of queen of

the universe, right?


Animal rights activists have...

[ POP ] I'm gonna let you...

No. Whoa, whoa, whoa.

You can listen to that corporate

crap with Steph and Julie.

Get a cd.

All my friends listen to

that crap, too.

When you go to Boston,

how am I gonna know what I

should be listening to?

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