There is a kingdom in which there lives a semi-barbaric king. His justice system was an unfair process in which the accused person picked a door. Inside the door there was either a tiger that would eat them, or a beautiful person that they would marry right then.
The king finds out that his daughter, a princess, is in love with a commoner. He becomes very angry with her.
The king accuses him of being a lover of the princess. He sets a date for the man to go through his justice system and choose the door that decides his fate. He knows that either door will get rid of him because he will either die, or marry another woman. The princess knew which door held which fate and she told him which door to pick, but he didn't know which fate was held within that door.
The man follows the princess' directions and opens the door on the right.
The falling action is not held within the story because the story ends before the reader knows which fate was in the door that he chose. The man either opened the door to find that the princess deceived him and let him die by the door of the tiger, or that the princess loved him enough to let him live, even if it was another woman.
The resolution is also not held within the story. The man either ends up alive with the beautiful woman, whom he will marry, or he will end up dead and deceived by his lover.