The Last Full Measure (film)

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The Last Full Measure
Directed by Alexandra Kerry
Produced by Nina Leidersdorff
Written by Alexandra Kerry
Tracy Droz Tragos
Starring Reiko Aylesworth
Xander Berkeley
Somah Haaland
Cinematography Michael Hansen
Edited by Vikash Patel
Distributed by American Film Institute (AFI)
Release date
  • April 1, 2004 (2004-04-01)
Running time
18 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget US $50,000 (estimated)

The Last Full Measure is a 2004 short film written and directed by Alexandra Kerry, daughter of U.S. Democratic Senator John Kerry. Set in 1973, during the Vietnam War, it explores the emotions of a nine-year-old girl awaiting her father's return from the war. The cast includes 24 stars Xander Berkeley and Reiko Aylesworth.

The title is drawn from the Gettysburg Address of President Abraham Lincoln.

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