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The Last Word (1995)

A journalist with solid mob connections falls for a stripper with a dark past. His best friend then drags him to L.A. with the intent of becoming movie men. But does real life and fiction ... See full summary »

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Martin Ryan
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Doc
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Sara
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Ricky
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Larry
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Stan
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Kiki Taylor
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Roxy
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Jimmy (as Joseph Cortese)
Holley Chant ...
Angie
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Lou
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Jason
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Encee
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Policeman (Mitch)
Mark Neal ...
Thug in Doorway
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A journalist with solid mob connections falls for a stripper with a dark past. His best friend then drags him to L.A. with the intent of becoming movie men. But does real life and fiction really go together? Written by Steve Richer <sricher@sympatico.ca>

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Lies pay. Sex sells. Money talks. How far would you go for...

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for language, sexuality and some violent images | See all certifications »
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27 August 1995 (USA)  »

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Cosa Nostra: The Last Word  »

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The film cast includes two Oscar winners: Richard Dreyfuss and Timothy Hutton; and one Oscar nominee: Chazz Palminteri. See more »

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Quartet in F Major (Finale)
Performed by Kocian Quartet
Written by Anton Bruckner
Courtesy of Audio Action
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great vision
31 March 2003 | by (Zaragoza, Spain) – See all my reviews

It´s a fantastic vision of Hollywood's backstage,painful elationships,violence,and different points of view from the three main characters: Timothy Hutton, Michelle Burke and the great dark character that Joe Pantoliano develops here. A mad function that celebrates confusion of life and cinema, not even a bit of fun in the middle of the way.


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