The Last Sentence (2014)
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as Torgny Segerstedt
as Puste Segerstedt
as Maja Forssman
as Axel Forssman
as Per Albin Hansson
as Marcus Wallenberg
as Christian Günther
as Estrid Ancker
as Anita Levisson
as Ingrid Segerstedt
as Eva Segerstedt
as Tojje Segerstedt
Critic Reviews for The Last Sentence
Unfortunately, Troell chose to shoot the movie in digital black-and-white; the imagery seems anachronistic in its precision, undermining the period decor and clashing with the occasional low-grain newsreel footage of Nazis on the march.
Troell invokes '50's and '60's Swedish cinema: masterly black-and-white cinematography, philosophical angst, a lifeless marriage and loved ones visiting from the afterlife.
It's a thoughtful and workmanlike portrait, but a less than profoundly moving one.
Amazingly, Troell still operates his own camera. "The Last Sentence" was made digitally, and his attention to detail is remarkable.
The great 83-year-old Swedish director Jan Troell specializes in movies about men of great stature in furious conflict with both their countries and themselves.
Audience Reviews for The Last Sentence
10/9/15 Netflix Black and White, sub-titled, set in pre war Sweden, what could be better. An interesting look at one mans courageous stand against Nazism but for maybe more personal reasons than it would seem.
good Swedish movie reminded me of my 90 year old neighbor who used to live next door to me back in the days
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