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Le dernier souffle (1999)

A Montreal police officer goes to Arkansas to solve the murder of his brother.

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Lauren Vaillancourt
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Norman Vaillancourt
Michel Goyette ...
Martin Vaillancourt
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Sheriff Mitchum
Lorne Brass ...
McKee - FBI
Linda Singer ...
Dina Anderson - FBI
Donovan Reiter ...
Cornell - FBI
Chip Chuipka ...
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Doris Milmore ...
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Richard Robitaille ...
Duval
Steve Banner ...
Boudrias
Anatoly Zinoviev ...
Pavlovski
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Hammer
Ekaterina Cheina ...
Tatiana
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Lili
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The life of Laurent Vaillancourt, a police officer in Montreal, is falling apart. His wife leaves him, his father hardly talks to him, and his brother Martin is in big trouble. When Martin dies in a mysterious way, Laurent tries to solve his murder. The investigation leads him to Nazareth, Arkansas, a town ruled by the militia. Laurent gets himself involved in a dark plot involving murder, money and a set of shadowy characters. Will he be able to get himself alone? Written by Luc-Rock Paquin <lrp@reelcanadian.com>

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26 March 1999 (Canada)  »

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Dead End  »

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CAD 3,800,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$62,727, 26 March 1999

Gross USA:

$251,091, 11 April 1999
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gone south
12 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

got off to an intriguing start. next a very convoluted family set up: the lead is a cop with a leftist father and a rightist/fascist brother; wife left him for his partner. then came an improbable story line. together with all the cardboard caricatures. plutonium stealing Russians. rotten red neck cops. corrupt FBI. revolutionaries. terrorists. whore with a heart of gold. naked women. naked male victims. did we miss anybody else? of course we have to make everybody going thru the motions. the bad guys sneer, the third degree, kids pining for absent dad etc etc. and in the midst of a supposedly climax, our hero and his dad lay in bed inside hostile territory - bonding? watch this if you wanna learn how not to make a movie!


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