The Last Tattoo

"OK"

The Last Tattoo Review


You don't see many movies these days where a gonorrhea outbreak plays the central role. You can be thankful for that or not, but the oddball noir The Last Tattoo cuts a reasonably good movie despite a cryptic plot line. This New Zealand production is also set there, during a 1940s stopover by American troops. Kerry Fox plays the local medical examiner, who discovers an untreatable strain of the clap on the loose... and stumbles onto a murder and cover-up scandal along the way. Curious, though not totally compelling.


The Last Tattoo

Facts and Figures

Run time: 112 mins

In Theaters: Friday 3rd February 1995

Distributed by: Anchor Bay Entertainment

Production compaines: Capella International, Plumb Productions Ltd.

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

IMDB: 5.8 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Captain Mike Starwood, as Kelly Towne, as Colonel Conrad Dart, as General Frank W. Zane, as Austen Leech, as Jim Mitchell, as James Carroll, as Peter Davis, as Henrietta Simpson, Michelle Huirama as Grace Raukawa, as Monty McGurr, as Ralph Simpson, Katie Wolfe as Rose Mitchell, as Mrs Monahan


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