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The Last Supper or How Two Madmen Made a Film (2001)

Zadnja vecerja (original title)
Two "dumb-bells", Hugo and Tincek, steal a camera from a lunatic.

Director:

Vojko Anzeljc

Writer:

Vojko Anzeljc
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Cast

Credited cast:
Aleksandra Balmazovic Aleksandra Balmazovic ... Magdalena
Matjaz Javsnik Matjaz Javsnik ... Tincek
Drago Milinovic Drago Milinovic ... Hugo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Petra Bauman Petra Bauman ... Girl in the city 2
Janez Cankar Janez Cankar ... Rope seller
Jagoda Djordjevic Jagoda Djordjevic ... Nurse at the nut house
Valter Dragan Valter Dragan ... Zare
Marica Globocnik Marica Globocnik ... Granny
Andrej Gorenc Andrej Gorenc ... Guard
Dejan Ilic Dejan Ilic ... Extortionist
Mojca Jakopin Mojca Jakopin ... Girl in the city 1
Anze Jorgacevski Anze Jorgacevski ... Male nurse 2
Mojca Kos Mojca Kos ... Girl in the city 3
Branka Krivec Branka Krivec ... Farmacist
Jernej Kuntner Jernej Kuntner ... Man in car
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Storyline

Two "dumb-bells", Hugo and Tincek, steal a camera from a lunatic asylum and escape. They want to make a film about a hero, who saves a girl and gives her a kiss at the end. Hugo shoots the film and Tincek plays the main character. They are making the film by shooting "ordinary" people, without them knowing what is really going on. This leads them to prostitute Magdalena, who wants to commit suicide. Everything would work out just fine if Magdalena's pimp Zare didn't get involved... Written by Slovenian film fund

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

R
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Country:

Slovenia

Language:

Slovenian

Release Date:

13 April 2002 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó vacsora See more »

Filming Locations:

Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

The blue and yellow sign you see on Tincek's T-shirt is the logo of the Student Organization of Maribor which was one of the sponsors for the movie. See more »

Goofs

In the credits of the movie a mistake has been made. The name of the young actress playing the little neighbor girl is given as Telemis, but her real last name is Pelemis. See more »

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3 stars
18 April 2002 | by mwestonSee all my reviews

Two men escape from a mental institution with a camcorder, planning to make a film. One of them hardly says two words during the whole film, while the other gives an extended comedic performance (including a brief sequence of him bent over facing away from the camera, without pants, "speaking" through his, well, you get the idea). As the film progresses, it gradually moves into drama, with the addition of a suicidal prostitute and her abusive pimp.

While this film is not nearly as good as "Elling," which also features two mental patients attempting to make their way in the real world, it is recommended unless shaky hand-held camerawork makes you nauseous. This screening on 2/22/2002 at Cinequest (the San Jose, CA film festival) was the U.S. premiere.


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