Jumping from High Places – Movie Review
Director: Andrea Jublin
Writer: Alice Urciuolo (Screenplay)
- Lorenzo Richelmy
- Valentina Carnelutti
- Federica Torchetti
- Cristiano Caccamo
- Fausto Maria Sciarappa
Plot: To honor her best friend’s last wish, a young woman with severe anxiety confronts her greatest fears to try and reclaim her life — and perhaps find love.
Runtime: 1 Hour 28 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Jumping from High Places starts when we meet Sole (Torchetti) a young woman with a serve anxiety disorder. Her best friend has recently passed away and Sole has promised to reclaim her life. Sole looks to open up and work on a list that was left for her by her best friend.
As Sole starts finally opens up more and starts enjoying moments in her life. She starts to feel guilty about her final interaction with her best friend, despite everyone around her wanting to help her. Sole starts to enjoy her life, even if the pressure of her anxiety continues to creep up on her.
Verdict on Jumping from High Places
Jumping from High Places is a drama about supporting friends through their difficult times. It shows the struggle one young woman goes through in everyday life. This movie addresses how difficult anxiety can be to live with, an invisible illness many would never know about.
The support shown towards Sole is amazing, with the friends knowing how to push them without being pushy about helping her. This is charming and enjoyable without being too much more than it needed to be.
Where to Watch: Jumping from High Places is available on Netflix.
Final Thoughts – Jumping From High Places is a charming, enjoyable movie.