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THE LAST SIGN

by Douglas Law

synopsis

Kathleen, 37, is a pretty woman struggling with her own hurt and rebellion, and trying to heal her wounds after the ultimely death of an alcoholic husband, Jeremy. Their years together were bitter sweet, tainted with violence, pain, and betrayed love. She feels that she will never be able to forgive. She harbours more hatred than affection for Jeremy. Strange, disturbing occurrences start to happen: telephone calls with no caller come every night just after midnight. Objects and photos oddly disappear. The figure 8 manifests itself repeatedly.

international title: THE LAST SIGN
original title: THE LAST SIGN
country: United Kingdom, United States, Canada
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Douglas Law
film run: 90'
screenplay: Heidrun Schleef, Ron Base, Anne Ray-Wendling
cast: Andie MacDowell, Tim Roth, Samuel Le Bihan, Margot Kidder, Mimi Kuzyk, Tyler Hynes
cinematography by: Jean-Claude Larieu
art director: Jean-François Campeau
costumes designer: Ginette Magny
producer: Anne Evrard, Michael Cowan, Jason Piette, Claude Léger, Jonathan Vanger
production: Spice Factory Ltd., Transfilm (CA)
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