DVD - 2013
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Based on the best selling books, Falcon is a detective whose home and work life is compromised by secrets from his past. Contains two feature-length films.
Publisher: [Bethesda, MD] : Acorn Media ; distributed by RLJ Entertainment, c2013
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (179 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Edition: Widescreen
Performers: Marton Csokas, Hayley Atwell, Emilia Fox.
Audience: "Contains sexual situations, nudity, violence, graphic images, drug use, and coarse language"--Container
Language Note: Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing
ISBN: 9781598289794
UPC: 054961897995
Call Number: DVD TV FALCON


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Jan 31, 2018

First disc was pretty good while part 2 became way too confusing....coulda been a good series if it was given another go ahead and developed but its a one off and not really worththe time with so many others that are much better

Sep 28, 2017

I gave this a one star rating for the interesting architecture, otherwise it is not worth watching. Falcon is addicted to drugs, something he dissolves in water. Other characters are needle dependent addicts. Throw in a pedophile, lots of killers, a few steamy sex scenes and that is the movie. A lot of very gruesome scenes, mediocre acting. I don't know if I fell asleep and missed something but the ending left much to be desired.

Feb 28, 2017

Everyone is very tormented, including the detective. Gruesome too.

Dec 27, 2015

Very mediocre acting. Take the time and read Robert Wilson's books.

Sep 08, 2015

These two episodes are based on two of Robert Wilson's books, which are set in Spain, The first one takes place in Seville during the Semana Santa, Holy Week, so there are scenes of the processions as backdrop to the plot. I think too much is assumed by the director so that the plots seem somewhat muddled, and the answer to "Why?" isn't all that clear. Nevertheless, I'm glad for the scenery and the attempt to put some of Wilson's book on screen.

Jun 03, 2015

We could summon up the patience to watch only the first episode. Perhaps other ones have different directors, but here the director wielded an annoyingly heavy hand as he showed a determination to let you know that he had been to film school and could therefore shoot unfocused frames to key in images from the past, etc. It is overacted by some decent people who can't really do otherwise when faced with the dreadful dialogue (and music). Not even tolerable as an entertainment - the visuals of Seville are the only mitigating factor.

kwakiutl Nov 12, 2014

great. hard stories.

Mar 09, 2014

Rated 2/10.

aaa5756 Jan 29, 2014

This movie was entertaining and interesting but not one of my favorite for this year. Not too bad---good performance.

Jan 25, 2014

Falcon is a two episode crime drama based on the books by Robert Wilson. In the first episode Chief Inspector Javier Falcon has secrets from his past that haunt him in the present when two of his late father's friends are tortured and murdered. As the episode unfolds Falcon learns some unsavory facts about his father, his father's friends and himself. Solving the murders becomes the least of Falcon's problems. In the second episode criminals from the Pinochet coup are murdered in Seville. Falcon discovers a cover up of the murders that gets him suspended and so he must try and solve the murders on his own. The second episode has several loathsome characters as well as some gruesome scenes. The two Falcon episodes were originally produced for a 2012 television series.

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