Dreams don’t need several validations or have to fit in a certain bucket list. Quite many times, people drop their dreams because of foolish insecurities. Such as being obese becomes a criterion for Dreaming, being lean and skinny becomes a topic of discussion. Ahead of all this, some points should be kept in mind while choosing your aim, where in the first position comes the Realistic Nature of Dreams, and if your dream is pragmatic, then no thunderstorm should stop you from achieving it.
Now while we are talking about Dreams and Aspirations, we are relating them to the movie Falling For Figaro. In the entire 1 hour 45 minutes, you’ll get to see several Opera Platforms, Lofty Promotions, the bold Aspiration to achieve the dream, Fund Managing Techniques, etc. Directed by Ben Lewin, who has taken into account everything that fits into the bucket list of Fictional Rom-Com.
The Bucket list includes the lead being struggling to achieve her evidently unthinkable and impossible Dreams, falling in love with the unexpectable, and lastly, fighting through all odds to accomplish the Aspiration. However, Ben Lewin maintained the appropriateness and subtleness in the Plot. Starring Danielle Macdonald, Joanna Lumley, Hugh Skinner, Shazad Latif, Christina Bennington, Jo Cameron Brown, Gary Lewis, Vicki Pepperdine, Rebecca Benson, Ian Hanmore, Bhav Joshi, Margaret Fraser, and Alasdair Hankinson.
The Movie spirals into the life of a Settled Fund Manager (Millie) who is living a luxurious life, getting a hefty paycheck, driving an expensive car, and having a successful relationship. However, she isn’t happy with her life. Millie has an inclination to Opera, and she is always seen in any Concert or rewatching the performances. Millie abandons and leaves everything to pursue Opera Singer as her Career. While Pursuing, she faces too many odds and obstacles.
She indulges in extensive vocal stretches for her ultimate battle in “Singer of Renown” during her training sessions. In this battle, Millie comes closer to her competitor Max. What turn will Millie’s new relationship turn to? Will her Relationship prove to be an obstacle or a blessing in disguise?
When did Falling for Figaro get Released?
The IFC Films, Falling For Figaro got released officially on October 1, 2021, and is currently streaming in every theater of the USA. Besides the actual date, Falling in Figaro premiered back on September 9, 2020, at Toronto International Film Festival. The Movie also premiered for 15 days from September 15 to September 20 at Woodstock Film Festival (USA). Some glimpses of the movie were also shown at the Sea Film Festival (Netherlands) last year.
Where and How to Watch Falling for Figaro?
Sadly, even if we have subscriptions to several leading OTT platforms, Falling In Figaro wasn’t released on any of the platforms. Rather, those who are residing in the USA have the chance to book a ticket in any nearest theatre to watch the movie. However, those who are keen to devour the Movie and are from the USA can opt for the method of Video On Demand (VOD) by taking the movie on Rent or else ultimately purchasing.
You all may take the Rent from any platforms such as YouTube, Google Play Store, iOS App Store, etc., by paying a lump sum of $5.99. You may also purchase it from the same above-mentioned VOD services for $12.99.