Matthew A. Cherry Taps The Foreign Exchange For The Soundtrack To Debut Feature Film, 'The Last Fall'

Just the other day, we here at SBHQ were lamenting that the game's been missing movie soundtracks. However, at the end of the piece it was mentioned that our favorite director, Matthew A. Cherry, would be joining forces with The Foreign Exchange for the score and soundtrack to his debut feature film, The Last Fall. Inspired by +FE's song of the same name from 2010's Authenticity, Matthew decided on that title for his sports drama about life after football when a player is forced into early retirement. The independently-released, semi-autobiographical tale stars Lance Gross, Nicole Beharie, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Darrin Dewitt Henson, and Obba Babatunde amongst the all-star cast. If this first-look trailer is any indication, then the all of the pieces are going to come together for a fine piece of work. The angst of Nicolay and Phonte's "The Last Fall" is the perfect match for this teaser, which has done its job of making the viewer thirsty for more. The Last Fall will be making the rounds on the festival circuit in the coming months and is scheduled to hit theaters in early 2012 with The Foreign Exchange's soundtrack containing new songs and previously released selections making its mark around the same time. Could this signal the return of the must-see film and the must-buy soundtrack that we've been living for? We sincerely hope so.

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