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Last Night

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Canada, France · 1998
Rated R · 1h 31m
Director Don McKellar
Starring Don McKellar, Sandra Oh, Roberta Maxwell, Robin Gammell
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance

It’s 6 p.m. in Toronto, and the end is near — six hours away, actually. Everyone chooses to spend these last moments differently: Patrick attends a mock Christmas celebration, Sandra plans to commit suicide, and Craig tries to have as much sex as he can. But some things are not set in stone…

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Newsweek by

There's an ample sense of foreboding in Last Night -- but sadly, very little else.

60 by Henry Cabot Beck

A smart and somber little film with some decent performances and a few sharp observations about function and futility, but I can't help wishing that the picture, like it's characters, had not gone quite so gentle into that good night.


Chicago Reader by Lisa Alspector

The narrative emphasizes coincidences, but they're nicely understated. If it didn't seem gimmicky and self-indulgent...the movie might be more affecting.


Austin Chronicle by Steve Davis

In contemplating whether the world will end with a bang or a whimper, it reveals a little something of the human condition as we enter a new age.

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