The Last Day

Overview

Rodolphe Marcnoi's The Last Day concerns the troubled history of a family. Eighteen-year-old Simon (Gaspard Ulliel) meets the attractive 17-year-old Louise (Melanie Laurent) while he travels on a train to spend Christmas with his family. She joins him on his visit home. Simon's mother, Marie (Nicole Garcia), is happy to see her son, but dad (Christophe Malavoy) loves to complain and harass his family, and sister Alice (Alysson Paradis) competes fiercely with her brother. The family mistakenly believes that Simon ...
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Overview

Rodolphe Marcnoi's The Last Day concerns the troubled history of a family. Eighteen-year-old Simon (Gaspard Ulliel) meets the attractive 17-year-old Louise (Melanie Laurent) while he travels on a train to spend Christmas with his family. She joins him on his visit home. Simon's mother, Marie (Nicole Garcia), is happy to see her son, but dad (Christophe Malavoy) loves to complain and harass his family, and sister Alice (Alysson Paradis) competes fiercely with her brother. The family mistakenly believes that Simon and Louise are intimately involved with each other. Eventually, their interactions reveal buried truths about various members of the family.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/13/2005
  • UPC: 712267251421
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Strand Home Video
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 81,112

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gaspard Ulliel Simon
Nicole Garcia Marie
Bruno Todeschini Marc
Christophe Malavoy Jean-Louis
Mélanie Laurent Louise
Alysson Paradis Alice
Thibault Vinçon Mathieu
Technical Credits
Rodolphe Marconi Director, Screenwriter
Paulo Branco Producer
Isabelle Devinck Editor
Olivier Genet Asst. Director
Helene Louvart Cinematographer
Frederique Moidon Casting
Antoine Platteau Art Director
Marielle Robaut Costumes/Costume Designer
Frédéric Ullmann Sound/Sound Designer
Nathalie Vidal Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Last Day
1. Opening Sequence [3:10]
2. Fateful Encounter [6:12]
3. Family Tension [10:57]
4. Resurfacing [8:08]
5. Secrets [7:43]
6. Different Now [9:06]
7. An Affair [7:13]
8. Christmas Party [14:07]
9. One Too Many [10:12]
10. Hidden Agendas [15:51]
11. Disturbing Truths [9:20]
12. End Credits [1:45]
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Disc #1 -- The Last Day
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