The Last September

"Grim"

The Last September Review


I really wanted to like The Last September. Sunday afternoon, really in the mood for a period piece, I sat down with the promising flick... and got a tired old romantic triangle flick set in 1920s Ireland that plodded along with little regard for the audience. The setting here is elusive: The title refers obliquely to Ireland's last September before its revolution, but the backdrop of war barely registers above the genteel performances and sleepy script.


The Last September

Facts and Figures

Run time: 103 mins

In Theaters: Friday 28th April 2000

Distributed by: Trimark

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 42%
Fresh: 10 Rotten: 14

IMDB: 6.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

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Starring: as Sir Richard Naylor, as Lady Myra Naylor, as O'Brien, as Lois Farquar, as Captain Gerald Colthurst, as Captain Daventry


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