The Fallout
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The Fallout

High schooler Vada navigates the emotional fallout she experiences in the wake of a school tragedy. Relationships with her family, friends and view of... the world are forever altered. Show More

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The Fallout (2021) is a poignant and powerful film that explores the aftermath of a school tragedy through the eyes of high school student Vada. The emotional fallout she experiences in the wake of this devastating event leaves a lasting impact on her relationships with her family, friends, and her view of the world.

As Vada grapples with the trauma and grief, the movie delves into the complex dynamics of her familial relationships. Her parents, played by Julie Bowen and John Ortiz, struggle to comprehend and support her as they confront their own emotional turmoil. Vada also leans on her best friend Mia, portrayed by Lumi Pollack, as they navigate the difficult journey of healing and understanding.

The film sensitively explores the theme of resilience as Vada copes with her changed reality. Through her bond with a fellow survivor, played by Shailene Woodley, Vada finds solace and strength in mutual understanding. As the narrative unfolds, audiences witness Vada's transformation as she learns to cope with grief, support her loved ones, and ultimately reclaim her place in the world.

The Fallout tackles complex emotions while delivering a message of hope and resilience. With its exceptional performances and evocative storytelling, this film offers a profound reflection on the lasting effects of trauma and the power of human connection.

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The Fallout

Release Date:

27 Jan 2022

Writers:

Megan Park

Awards:

4 wins & 1 nomination