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David Noel Bourke (screenplay)
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You cannot run away from yourself...
Plot:
Last Exit tells the story of Nigel, an English man, out on his luck arriving in Copenhagen to start a new life. All goes very dark when he falls for a beautiful working girl, Tanya, and he helplessly gets sucked into a nasty underworld. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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(4 articles)
No Right Turn: A Movie Review
 (From 28 Days Later Analysis. 25 June 2009, 8:43 AM, PDT)

Interview With David Noel Bourke, Director Of No Right Turn
 (From LateFilmFull. 28 October 2008, 2:09 AM, PDT)

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Cast

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Morten Vogelius ... Nigel
Jette Philipsen ... Maria
Gry Bay ... Tanya
Peter Ottesen ... The President
Nicholas Sherry ... Jimmy
Erling Eliasson ... Tobias
John Kelleher ... Full Force Finn
Micah Epstein ... Pedro Rodriguez Iguana

Christian Schrold ... Brian
Dorte Rømer ... Scottish Barmaid
Oliver Campbell-Calder ... Wheelchair Man
Kristina Seefeld Andersen ... Woman In Bin
André Moulin ... Russian Drug Dealer
Michael Jorgensen ... Little Boy
Michael Glinvad ... Bar Guy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Morten Stæhr Johansen ... The Boyfriend (scenes deleted)

Claire Ross-Brown ... The Girlfriend (scenes deleted)

Directed by
David Noel Bourke 
 
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David Noel Bourke  screenplay

Produced by
David Noel Bourke .... producer
 
Cinematography by
André Moulin 
 
Film Editing by
David Noel Bourke 
André Moulin 
 
Art Direction by
André Moulin 
 
Set Decoration by
Pia Swartz 
 
Makeup Department
Tanya Arnfjord .... special makeup effects artist
Kristina Seefeld Andersen .... key makeup artist
 
Sound Department
David Noel Bourke .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Kristina Seefeld Andersen .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
David Noel Bourke .... visual effects
 
Music Department
Jacob Moth .... composer: theme music
 

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Denmark:97 min
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Morten Vogelius suffered nicotine poisoning on set several times and had to throw up frequently during all the shoots. The actor was a non-smoker and his character of Nigel required him to be chain-smoker.See more »
Quotes:
Jimmy:Are you are looking for something that inhibits your polysynaptic reflexes and increases the alpha waves of your cerebral cortex?
Nigel:Pardon
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References Scarface (1983)See more »

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Give this one a pass, 26 March 2012
Author: JasonZ from Tallahassee, FL

This movie is an ambitious project with pretty good acting, but it suffers from some writing and technical problems. First, the good things. After I watched it I learned that the budget for this was about $1500, and if that's true, then getting this project completed is an impressive feat. Shot on location, you get a good feel for the neighborhood where the story takes place. The costumes, set design, and art direction are good at conveying the proper atmosphere for the scenes, and above all the acting is good and for the most part convincing. Now for the bad things. The writing, while not horrible, has enough holes and unanswered questions that it's hard to enjoy the story; certain things were unbelievable or unexplained. The most interesting characters to me were the drug dealer and the bartender, but their philosophical points didn't get explored as much as I would have liked, which in my opinion would have made this movie more interesting. The sound was at times difficult to understand and should have been overdubbed in post production (but if the entire budget was $1500 I can understand why this wasn't done), and most importantly, it was very uneven in spaces. Sound effects and music were at times unreasonably loud. Finally, this movie had a lot of scenes, especially at the end, that were so dimly lit that it was impossible to tell what was going on. Overall, a decent effort, but there were too many script and technical problems to be overcome by the good acting.

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