Last Night (+ Digital Copy)
|Additional DVD options||Edition||Discs||
|New from||Used from|
|Watch Instantly with||Rent||Buy|
|Xtra: Last Night||—||—|
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Michael (Worthington) and Joanna Reed (Knightley) appear to have it all. Young and successful, they're a married couple who share a comfortable and seemingly perfect life. But when Michael finds himself alone on a business trip with an attractive new colleague (Mendes) and Joanna encounters the other great love of her life (Canet), each is thrust into an evening of temptation.
Top Customer Reviews
When she goes out for a coffee, Joanna is spotted by her former French lover, Alex (Guillaume Canet), who is in New York to meet his American publisher and is still very much in love with her even though they haven't seen each other in two years. Alex invites Joanna out to dinner and the two ex-lovers find themselves reviving old feelings which could well threaten her seemingly comfortable marriage. Meanwhile, away in Philadelphia to close a property deal, Michael finds himself having drinks alone with Laura, who makes no secret of her romantic interest in him.
« It's very thought-provoking when it comes to the subject of infidelity and how one reacts to it, » said Knightley, 25, about the film. « It's one of the hardest issues that any couple faces and how each deals with it and reacts to and how they survive it - or not!Read more ›
Joanna Reed (Keira Knightley) is a beautiful young writer married to commercial real estate developer Michael Reed (Sam Worthington) in what appears to be a happy marriage despite the struggle between two careers. Michael takes Joanna to a company party and there she observes the soft spoken Michael paying attention to one of his co-workers, the sensuous Laura (Eva Mendes), an act that Joanna feels indicates unfaithfulness or at least suspicious behavior on Michael's part. The seed of doubt is planted, Michael is leaving for a business trip to Philadelphia the next morning with his coworkers Andy (Anson Mount) and Laura, and there is friction between Joanna and Michael that Michael's reassurance cannot overcome. The next day as Joanna sops for coffee she encounters an old flame from her time spent writing in Paris - Alex Mann (Guillaume Canet) - and they agree to meet that evening. Chemistry resurges and that evening as Alex and Joanna dine with Alex's publisher Truman (Griffin Dunne), both are questioned by Truman about their past affair, Joanna admits she is now married, and Alex is in a relationship in Paris. The couple leaves and circumstances lead them to return to Joanna's apartment where they face their feelings. At the same time as this evening is developing Michael and Laura enter a seduction dance: Michael is faithful to Joanna but the emotionally bruised Laura persists in her attempt to pull Michael into her web.Read more ›
Would I watch again? - I actually think I might.
As far as sex goes, there are some steamy scenes but nothing as graphic as what I'd anticipated. There is actually more sexual tension because of this. What I found particularly fascinating about this film: the way time, distance, and marriage can add or subtract from the longing for an old love....for better or worse. Take a chance on Last Night and you aren't likely to regret it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Originally decided to watch this movie on the television because it had Eva Mendes in it. But, I instantly fell in love with Ms. Knightley and the whole movie. Read morePublished 7 months ago by thezon
Great movie about a married couple and affairs of the heart of physicality. Emotional and physical infidelity are explored. It's shot in a sensual way with some good dialog. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Arria
This movie..... it makes me ache. The first time I watched it I was completely heartbroken by the end of the movie. The scene at the airport guts me every single time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by j jennings
Reallly well done and except for a rather wooden performance by Worthington, the acting was superb (please Keira you are terrific but kindly gain 5 pounds) Definitely a great... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephen G.
Finally, an intelligent story. Mild spoilers. Our lead couple are having problems. They have a corporate dinner they must attend. Husband is spotted talking to a woman associate. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ronald Rossini