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An official selection in the 2005 Cannes Film festival, GUS VAN SANT'S LAST DAYS is inspired by the final hours of Kurt Cobain. The film introduces us to Blake (Michael Pitt, The Dreamers), a brilliant, but troubled musician. Success has left him in a lonely place, where livelihoods rest on his shoulders and old friends regularly tap him for money and favors. The film follows Blake through a handful of hours spent in and near his wooded home... a fugitive from his own life.]]>
I've seen the two other films in Van Sant's "Death Trilogy": Elephant and Gerry. The reason this one is worse than the others is that nothing happens in it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberley Bond
ITS ABOUT NIRVANAMAN GETTING SAD MISPLACEMENT REFUND KOCHEK.
THE PEOPLE HAVE NO POWER
Great directing, editing, and cinematography. Totally worth the money and price.Published 2 months ago by mark
I do not like how artificial all exchanges, gestures and statements appear in Gus Van Sant films - all actions feel overtly premeditated, as if rehearsed 100 times. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matthew Bentley
Very disappointed it was more like a silent movie do not recommend itPublished 8 months ago by courtney
If you are a Nirvana fan or Curt Cobain fan, this is a great movie. Watch it a few times and it gets better and better. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Oesterling
THIS WAS A FILMOGRAPHY THAT WAS SLOW AND MIND DRENCHINGLY CONTORTED.
IT MADE NO USE OF LINGUISTIC SUBVERSITY AND PANDERED TO MAIN TEXTILE FORGERERERER
AND THEN COURTLY... Read more
When I bought this film I had heard both good and bad things, but I wanted to see it for myself since I love Kurt Cobain. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brittney Johnson