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The Last of England ()


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The artist's personal commentary on the decline of his country in a language closer to poetry than prose. A dark meditation on London under Thatcher.

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The Maid
Spencer Leigh ...
Soldier / Various roles
'Spring' Mark Adley ...
Spring / Various roles (as Spring)
Gerrard McArthur ...
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Various roles (as Jonathan Phillips)
Gay Gaynor ...
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Matthew Hawkins ...
Junkyard Guy
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Himself (uncredited)

Directed by

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Derek Jarman

Written by

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Derek Jarman ... (narration) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Dagmar Benke ... production delegate
Don Boyd ... producer
Alan Fountain ... production delegate
Yvonne Little ... associate producer
James Mackay ... producer
Mayo Thompson ... associate producer

Music by

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Simon Fisher-Turner

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Tim Burke ... (riot footage)
Richard Heslop
Christopher Hughes
Derek Jarman
Cerith Wyn Evans

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Peter Cartwright
Angus Cook
John Maybury
Sally Yeadon

Editorial Department

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Tom Russell ... colourist
Melanie Ryder ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Christopher Hobbs

Costume Design by

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Sandy Powell

Makeup Department

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John Egan ... hair stylist
Cleo Mathews ... assistant hair stylist
Thelma Matthews ... makeup artist
Wendy Selway ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Russell Millard ... production runner
Gerard Raimond ... production runner

Art Department

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John Cassidy ... rigger

Sound Department

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Mick Boggis ... assistant mixer
Felicity Cottrell ... foley artist
Mathew Evans ... sound recordist
Simon Fisher-Turner ... sound designer (as Simon Turner)
Bill Garlic ... foley artist (as Bill Garlick)
Chris Gurney ... sound recordist
Peter Maxwell ... re-recording mixer
Budge Tremlett ... sound editor
Steve Hancock ... sound camera operator (uncredited)

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Tony Neale ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Melvin Benn ... gaffer
Richard Holborow ... electrician
Christopher Hughes ... lighting designer
Mike Laye ... still photographer
Nick Searle ... assistant camera
Don Springall ... generator operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pam Downe ... wardrobe assistant
Paul Treacy ... wardrobe assistant

Music Department

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Richard Anstead ... music mixer
Martyn Bates ... musician: vocals
Claudine Coule ... musician: vocals
Simon Fisher-Turner ... music arranger / musician
Brian Gulland ... musician
Sally Herbert ... musician: strings
Jocelyn Pook ... musician: strings
Audrey Riley ... musician: strings
David Snell ... musician: harp
Anne Stephenson ... musician: strings
El Tito ... musician
Johannes Dell ... music engineer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Rick Rogers ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Elizabeth Burn ... production assistant
Hector Chronos ... general assistant
Jo Comino ... researcher
Adam Elliott ... general assistant
Chris Harrison ... production accountant

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Plot Summary

The artist's personal commentary on the decline of his country in a language closer to poetry than prose. A dark meditation on London under Thatcher. Written by International Film Circuit

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Also Known As
  • The Last of England - Verlorene Utopien (West Germany)
  • The Last of England - Verlorene Utopien (Germany)
  • Englands yttersta dagar (Sweden)
  • Ciò che resta dell'Inghilterra (Italy)
  • На Англию прощальный взгляд (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Budget GBP276,000 (estimated)

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Movie Connections Edited from The Queen Is Dead (1986). See more »
Soundtracks Refugee Theme See more »
Quotes Voice 1: Is it loaded?
Voice 2: Yes, Ma'am.
Voice 1: Did you enjoy the Falklands?
Voice 2: Yes, Ma'am.
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