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The Last September (1998)

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Release Date
 USA: Apr 28, 2000
 UK: 5 May 2000
DVD Release Date
 R1: Sep 26, 2000

MPAA Rating
Rated R for some violence and sexuality.

Running Time
1 hour, 43 minutes

Country France, UK, Ireland

Studio British Screen, BSkyB, Canal Plus, IMA Films, Irish Film Board, Matrix Films, Radio Telefis Eireann, Scala Films

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• The Last September



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Genre: Drama, Period Piece, Psychodrama, Political, Love, Coming Of Age

Tagline: In the heart of a young woman, lies a secret that divides a nation.

Plot: A melancholy, well-crafted drama set in 1920s Ireland, THE LAST SEPTEMBER is based on the popular novel by Bowen. The setting is the estate of an aging English couple (Gambon and Smith) in County Cork, who welcome into their lives an eclectic cast of characters, including their outgoing niece (Hawes) and scholarly nephew (Slinger). They are joined by a married pair (Wilson and Birkin) who are currently homeless, and another precocious woman (Shaw). As political troubles begin to emerge, the lives of everyone involved are profoundly affected.

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 Directed by
 Written by
Elizabeth Bowen
The Dream Lover
 Cast
Michael Gambon
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Keeley Hawes
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Richard Roxburgh
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Maggie Smith
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Lambert Wilson
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Tom Hickey
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David Tennant
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 Music By
Zbigniew Preisner
Three Colors: Red, Three Colors: Blue, Three Colors: White



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