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Upcoming Movie “Fall” Is Centered Around a 2,000-Foot Radio Tower

Coming to theaters August 12

Fear reaches new heights as two best friends find themselves at the top of a 2,000-foot radio tower.

Fall movie poster (Credit: Lionsgate)

“Fall” — which Lionsgate dubs “an adrenaline-fueled thriller” — stars Grace Caroline Currey and Virginia Gardner.

The plot is built around best friends Becky (Currey) and Hunter (Gardner). Per the official movie synopsis, for this duo, “life is all about conquering fears and pushing limits.”

While these young women are experienced climbers, we’re shown in the movie trailer that things take a turn for the worse after they climb 2,000 feet to the top of a remote, abandoned radio tower and find themselves stranded with no way down.

“Now, their expert climbing skills are put to the ultimate test as they desperately fight to survive the elements, a lack of supplies and vertigo-inducing heights.”

“Fall” is dropping in theaters August 12.

This isn’t the only movie that is centered around broadcast towers and the strength that is needed to scale such metal monoliths. It will, however, be the first available to the public.

NATE, in collaboration with Storybuilt Media, has created a feature-length documentary titled “Vertical Freedom,” which highlights the professional and personal lives of six cellular/broadcast tower climbers in the United States. In a Radio World feature story, we’re told that the creators are pushing for a streaming platform to purchase the documentary before releasing it to the masses.

Watch the official trailer for “Fall” below.