As a former LDS missionary, i don't even know where to begin to explain how well done this movie is. After reading several reviews online, i learned that the director isn't even Mormon himself. This movie is very neutral in it's approach to the Mormon faith, the director handles this very carefully. It does start a little slow, but the last 30 minutes of it are what make it one of the better indie films I've seen in a long time. "The Falls" tells the story of two missionaries and their forbidden love. I laughed, I cried, It took me back 15 years ago when I served my own mission in South America. Myself and 3 other missionaries came out 6 years later. I loved this film and I think it's more realistic and a better film than "latter days."
Superb film done with knowledgeable insight, sensitivity, and honesty about the beliefs of the Mormon church. This is not a case of "questionable anti religion agenda" as ROBERT T. says, how can that be when nothing was exaggerated. The film depicts what would have happened, nothing more, not even a commentary. The film is not "anti" anything; it is neutral. This is a very fine film that I very much enjoyed.