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Last Love 2013 NR CC

A look at the life-changing connection between a retired and widowed American philosophy professor and a young Parisian woman.

Starring:
Michael Caine, Michelle Goddet
Runtime:
1 hour, 55 minutes

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Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Sandra Nettelbeck
Starring Michael Caine, Michelle Goddet
Supporting actors Jane Alexander, Serge Hollogne, Fred Fuchs, Yohan Guignard, Dieter Rupp, Gillian Anderson, Christelle Cornil, Alix Poisson, Clémence Poésy, Louis-Julien Petit, Thierry Angelvi, Justin Kirk, Deshaun Strong, Ian Fenelon, Anne Alvaro, Dominique Fouilland, Richard Hope, Mike Olembo
Studio RLJ Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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A German/Belgian production, a German director, a British lead actor, playing an American widower in Paris.
80 y old Matthew Morgan, Michael Caine's character, is a former philosophy professor. His wife's death 3 years ago has left him without meaning in his life. He is literally lebensmüde, tired of life. His son and daughter come on a Blitzvisit when father has failed in a suicide attempt. They find him befriended by a young bilingual French woman and see her as a Bimbo, an enemy.
The story is about family relations and friendship. No big deal, no great revelation, just a good, slow, decent story well told. Bravo.
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I've always liked Michael Caine movies. The first one I saw was "Zulu". He's just plain good, very real, and it seems to come naturally for him. I read many of the reviews for this movie and thought I would buy it for my wife, but I watched it first. I was surprised at how it affected me. I guess it's because I had a similar relationship with my father, as did Matthew with his son. It made me think about what my mother went through when the love of her life died at age 54 and she lived 25 more years without him. And it made me think about the love I have for my wife. Of all the people she knew when we met, why in the world did she pick me?

I guess I felt like I was "in the room" when this story was taking place, as though somehow I was allowed to be there and see and feel and hear everything, but nobody else knew I was there. I really enjoyed it and will watch it again, and again.
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If you want a movie with intelligent dialog- excellent acting, and a story that will touch your heart, this movie is for you.
if you worry about all the plot points being perfectly logical and 'realistic' maybe rent something else. at one level it's unreasonable for Clémence Poésy's character to be so interested and open to essentially a complete stranger, but if you put logic on the back burner for a while, the story is very affecting, and very well acted. wholetoothmaui.com
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By Kjelspur on November 22, 2013
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Beautiful love story, could happen to anyone. No violence, profane language, sex or murder. Just a wonderful story of a lonely man finding happiness again.
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Not the typical movie. No violence, no wild sex scenes, simply thought provoking regarding the value of relationships and why some people come into our lives when they do. If you are looking for fast paced, action filled, do not choose this movie. If you want a movie that will stay with you for days and leave you thinking, this is one to consider.
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Sandra Nettelbeck ("No Reservations", "Helen") wrote the screenplay and directed this small movie rich in emotion. In this we are looking at how people love, all types of loving relationships, not solely romantic. Nettelbeck makes you feel as if you are a fly on the wall while you are seeing everything and experiencing these things right along with these characters. This is also how I felt when I first saw her movie, "Helen". Another heartrending movie full of emotion and very patient in love.

When the film begins, Matthew (Michael Caine, who is phenomenally understated in this) meets Pauline (Clemence Poesy) by happenstance on a city train and they quickly form a bond. He has been extremely lonely since his wife, Joan (Jane Alexander), passed away some years - about 3 - ago. Joan and Matthew's son, Miles (Justin Kirk), and daughter, Karen (Gillian Anderson), immediately get out to France and meet Pauline, who by now has strong feelings for their father and his towards her. Karen seems like she is not phased by anything while Miles is filled with contempt towards his father, then turns it on Pauline. Working out that anger becomes a major issue for Miles; he doesn't have all the facts about certain life-altering information that he should know. Matthew is grieving so hard and also has his feelings all mixed up with Pauline's. He has just undergone a horrible tragedy with the death of his wife and Miles thinks it is way too early for his father to be involved with someone that could be his granddaughter.

We see Joan as Matthew sees her, in the present, when she comes and advises him, snuggles next to him in their bed, or is with him so he is not alone.
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Two caring,lonely hearts collide. For someone who likes romance at it's finest, you'll truly love this one.This movie truly has "Social Redeeming value".
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Michael Caine is an excellent actor and does his usual commendable job in this film, but
the story is predictable from the beginning and becomes less interesting as it progresses.
Caines conflict with his screen son has an initial impact but gradually loses meaning. The
ending was both predictable and disappointing..
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