Ebbe Roe Smith

writer of “Falling Down” movie and “Pro Bono” novel

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"Falling Down” hit theaters around this time 25 years ago. Michael Douglas plays an unemployed worker who angrily gets out of his car during a downtown traffic jam.

Why 'Falling Down' is still relevant decades after its release

"Falling Down” hit theaters around this time 25 years ago. Michael Douglas plays an unemployed worker who angrily gets out of his car during a downtown traffic jam.

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