The Last Good Time (1995)
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Senior citizens head the cast in this poignant comedy-drama which examines the close friendship between an lonely violinist and a young woman. The film is notable for it's lack of stereotypes and cheap sentimentality in it's depiction of aging. Seventy-year old Joseph Kopple is a retired violinist who remains haunted by memories of his beautiful, late wife. Though not totally friendless, his only real pleasure is his violin which he plays every night. One night he sees a terrible fight between Eddie and his live-in girlfriend Charlotte. Eddie throws all of Charlotte's things into the street. Joseph pockets one of her lipsticks and a key. Later he takes the cold and homeless young woman into his home where they slowly become good friends. … More
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Armin Mueller-Stahl delivers a riveting performance in Balaban's sensitive, well-observed dramedy about an old man whose life changes dramatically after a fateful encounter with a much younger woman.
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