The last word, Deviant Films ; Dreamz ; produced by David Hillary, Alexandra Milchan, Timothy Wayne Peternel, Bonnie Timmermann, Jack Utsick ; written by Geoffrey Haley ; directed by Geoffrey Haley
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  • V6TZq4J4GBI
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • The last word, Deviant Films ; Dreamz ; produced by David Hillary, Alexandra Milchan, Timothy Wayne Peternel, Bonnie Timmermann, Jack Utsick ; written by Geoffrey Haley ; directed by Geoffrey Haley
Main title
  • The last word
Responsibility statement
  • Deviant Films ; Dreamz ; produced by David Hillary, Alexandra Milchan, Timothy Wayne Peternel, Bonnie Timmermann, Jack Utsick ; written by Geoffrey Haley ; directed by Geoffrey Haley
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Evan is a professional author of suicide notes. He meets with his clients, gets a sense of what they want, then asks them to keep a journal of their thoughts for a few weeks. Then Evan produces a poetic, client-customized suicide note. When Evan attends the funeral of a client, his sister Charlotte follows him out of the service and asks him if he was a friend of her brother's. Evan lies, stating that he went to Cornell with him. Soon he and Charlotte are dating. Trouble ensues when Evan eats dinner at Charlotte's house with the whole surviving family firing questions at him. Meanwhile, Evan's newest client, Abel, is an acerbic misanthrope who has a death wish. The two develop an unlikely bond. There are some extremely touching exchanges between the two as they work on Abel's farewell. Things get complicated between Evan and Charlotte since he has to go to increasingly absurd lengths to conceal his true occupation and the real reason that he knew her brother
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: R; for some language
OCLC Number
  • 308649734
Runtime
  • 95
Technique
  • live action
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