The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1996)
Neal Cassady was a writer who had great influence on the career of Jack Kerouac. This fascinating drama chronicles Cassady's experiences as an angry young 20-year-old living in post WW II Denver.
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I seem to be the only person who actually liked this film. I'm a big fan of Kerouac and I loved the Neal Cassady letters and as much as I?d looked forward to this film, I kind of knew it was never going to live up to the books. I was pleasantly surprised though, even though the casting was questionable this is a great film!More
Let's make a movie about some jerk off guy who knew jack Kerouac, put in lots of 'film school' style shots and a few big names, and no one will notice that it sucks BIG TIME.More
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