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Critics are raving about Last Resort, saying it's a convincing, touching tale. Particularly impressive is the lack of script during the film's shoot.
All Critics (70)
| Top Critics (24)
| Fresh (66)
| Rotten (4)
One of the few films to get at the ways in which single mothers and their sons alternate being authority figures.
Dramatically low-key, Last Resort is beautifully acted, with striking realism.
Gives grim and gritty a good name.
Moving and eerily beautiful.
Pawlikowski ... renders the events of Last Resort so unsentimentally that they unfold with the authenticity of an affecting documentary.
The intimate, unadorned performances add a realistic immediacy to entire piece.
Pawlikowski and his cast have been honoured for this film at festivals across the continent, the greatest award for them would be for you to watch and think.
A tragic but quite educational tour of the Western countries' refugee process.
An unabashed, if subdued ode to star-crossed lovers everywhere.
What was missing for me was a story that was engaging or interesting.
This quiet film gains its power from small moments and unforced, convincing performances.
I can?t get enough of Paddy Considine, this tragic love story is one of a very topical theme. I?m sure it won?t be to everyone?s taste, because of the politics of the theme and it?s quite a slow moving plot, but performance wise all three main characters were supurb.
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