The Last Minute

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The Last Minute
The Last Minute -- dvd cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Stephen Norrington
Produced by Stephen Norrington
Matthew Justice
Chris Blackwell (executive producer)
Peter Frankfurt (executive producer)
Hooman Majd (executive producer)
Written by Stephen Norrington
Music by Paul Rabjohns
Cinematography James Welland
Edited by Elliot Graham
Stephen Norrington
Production
company
Venom Productions Limited
Distributed by Venom Productions Limited
Palm Pictures
Running time
104 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English

The Last Minute is a 2001 British urban gothic film, written and directed by Stephen Norrington.

Plot[edit]

The film darkly lampoons success, failure, and show business.[1]

Review[edit]

Billy Byrne (Max Beesley) is obsessed with the ticking clock. He’s calculated how many months, weeks and days he has to make his mark on the world (assuming he lives to be 90). Billy is on the verge of becoming the Next Big Thing (although we never actually find out what he does), but gets caught in a downward spiral when his work is poorly received... According to the Internet Movie Database, The Last Minute has only played at film festivals. It’s too bad, because the movie is entertaining and could have found an audience had it gotten theatrical release. Hopefully, the new DVD will give it more exposure.

—Movie Habit[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275468/
  2. ^ Birgers, Andrea (13 August 2003). "The Last Minute -- DVD Review". Movie Habit. moviehabit.com. Retrieved 11 November 2015. 

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