The Last Man (2002 film)
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|The Last Man|
You don't have to be the sexiest man. You don't have to be the smartest man. You just have to be... The Last Man.
|Directed by||Harry Ralston|
|Produced by||Roger Avary|
|Written by||Harry Ralston|
|Starring||David Arnott, Jeri Ryan, Dan Montgomery|
|Music by||Woody Jackson, Ivan Knight|
|Edited by||Tony Miller|
|Distributed by||Castle Hill Productions Inc., Lions Gate Entertainment|
|April 15, 2000|
Alan (David Arnott) comes to believe that he is the last person on Earth after some sort of apocalypse destroyed the human race. But soon he meets the beautiful Sarah (Jeri Ryan), and falls in love with her. She doesn't feel too much for Alan, who is not physically attractive to her, but is very afraid he shouldn't leave her alone. Then they meet Raphael (Dan Montgomery), a much better looking and more charismatic man, who soon starts a relationship with Sarah. Alan plots to expel Raphael, and succeeds. When he comes back, it is revealed that Sarah sent out balloons with notes for him to come back, and they in turn expel Alan.
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