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The Last Dance (2000)

Maureen O'Hara plays a retired school teacher whose past we learn about after she befriends one of her former students, Todd Cope.

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Helen Parker
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Todd Cope
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Denise Cope
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Ned (as Charlie Robinson)
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Charlie Parker
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Young Helen Parker
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Alex Cope
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Jill Cope
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Ariel
Josh Hammond ...
Steve
Miranda Gibson ...
Anna
Cooper Thornton ...
Sean (as Ray Thornton)
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Vendor
Raymond Guth ...
Mr. Pullman
Betty Carvalho ...
Mrs. Martinez
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Maureen O'Hara plays a retired school teacher whose past we learn about after she befriends one of her former students, Todd Cope.

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A retired teacher in need of a friend. A former student in need of guidance. Together, they discover that life is a lesson you learn by heart.

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29 October 2000 (USA)  »

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A Última Dança  »

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This is Maureen O'Hara's final acting role. See more »

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A quiet celebration of life and slowing down to live life
11 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

Maureen O'Hara gives a quiet, confident and masterful performance as a retired schoolteacher, Helen Parker. We gradually learn about Helen Parker's past as she become reacquainted with one of her former students, Todd Cope. Todd Cope, Todd Cope's family, and we discover the importance of not getting caught up with the details of life and to slow down to appreciate what life has to offer.


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