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The Last Eve (2005)

Not Rated | | Action | 29 September 2005 (USA)
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"The Last Eve" is a film that takes the audience on an emotional adventure through history. In a way never before seen, the story of Eve is shown from front to back. We start in the future ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Kelly Hamilton ... Eve
Bruce Khan Bruce Khan ... Adam, Korean version
Jourdan Lee ... Adam (as Jourdan Lee Khoo)
Melanie Jean ... The Eve
Reuben Langdon ... Blind Swordmen
Freddie Milligan Freddie Milligan ... Snake
Tim Colceri ... Priest
Kerry Wong Kerry Wong ... Monkeyman
Paula Labaredas ... Lilith (as Paula LaBaredas)
Chris Torres ... Chainman
Stephanie Cheeva ... Cat
Tomiko Lee ... Fortune Teller
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Backhouse Sarah Backhouse ... Austrailian Reporter
Gloria Carrasco Gloria Carrasco ... Child Eve
Yoon Sung Cha Yoon Sung Cha ... Gambler #7


"The Last Eve" is a film that takes the audience on an emotional adventure through history. In a way never before seen, the story of Eve is shown from front to back. We start in the future and ride all the way back to the loss of all innocence. Our ride through time shows us three greatly contrasting tales that in their own unique ways reveal the dark tragedy at the heart of all romance. Written by Eve

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29 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The character of Lilith in Snake's Temptation is based upon "Lilith" who according to Jewish folklore was created as Adam's first wife. Her calling card reads, "Lilith's Cradle," a reference to the belief that Lilith would steal babies when they were tucked in their cribs. When a child dies laughing, it's because Lilith was tickling his feet. See more »

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10 June 2006 | by poikkeusSee all my reviews

Shot on digital video and celluloid, this The Last Eve earns its reputation as one of the oddest indies out there. This South Korean/U.S. hybrid includes kung fu, Christian allegory, science fiction, and experimental cinema. With a mixture of humor (some unintentional) and narrative uncertainty, it attempts to reformulate certain Biblical stories into broadly written modern parables, some of them rather poorly acted. It has three sections, although they relate to one another through random biblical quotes. In fact, it was originally conceived as having a single narrative, but as the resulting film was too short, they had to append two additional ones. It ends up rather like a trio of short stories.

Its apocalyptic message is rendered with a heavy hand, though atrocious, low-budget special effects helps break up the tedium of the long first section. While original (at least according to Film Threat), it quickly becomes disappointing and then never succeeds in picking up the pace - or the pieces.

An extreme disappointment. It's an effective film if you want to catch up on your sleep.

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