Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Like Cameron Mitchell and Jack Palance, Keenan Wynn spent an inordinate amount of time in obscure crime melodramas. In Falling Man, Wynn is second billed to the versatile Henry Silva. The plot concerns an ex-cop who goes after the men who ruined his career. The title refers to the hero's rapidly disintegrating emotional state. Barely released theatrically, Falling Man was run to death by independent TV stations in the 1970s.
injustice, mental-illness, revenge