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Last Exit (2006)

Shattered windshields. Twisted wreckage. Last Exit is an action-suspense drama that tells the parallel stories of two ordinary women - one, a single mother barely supporting her handicapped... See full summary »


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Russ Cochrane
2 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathleen Robertson ... Beth Welland
Andrea Roth ... Diana Burke
Noah Bernett Noah Bernett ... Benji - 10 years old
Linden Ashby ... Scott Burke
Vincent Davis Vincent Davis ... Nathan - 13 years old
Michelle Taylor Michelle Taylor ... Breanna - 11 years old
Ben Bass ... David
Cas Anvar ... Constable Salam Barakat
France Viens ... Constable Lauren Sharp
Gianpaolo Venuta ... James Moore
Rachael Crawford ... Catherine Vargas
Kent McQuaid Kent McQuaid ... Daniel
Bruce Dinsmore ... Mr. Rogerson
Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson ... Bob McArtle
Pauline Little Pauline Little ... Courier Clerk


Shattered windshields. Twisted wreckage. Last Exit is an action-suspense drama that tells the parallel stories of two ordinary women - one, a single mother barely supporting her handicapped son, and the other, a working mom precariously balancing her family with a high-pressure career - on one extraordinary day. Each woman's life frays under the weight of her circumstances and spirals out of control. As police officers race to save them, pieces of a shattered puzzle fall into place - maybe this wasn't just a tragic car accident after all. Both women fight for their lives, but ultimately, only one will survive Written by Renee Hebert and Russ Cochrane

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On the road... Beware the rage within.


Action | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

9 July 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Very good
2 October 2006 | by dallasw-1See all my reviews

I thought the movie well represented the reality of modern life. News stories on a regular basis highlight the impact of stress, poverty, and other conditions that push people to do unthinkable things. Last Exit keeps you on the edge of your seat as you watch the events of the day unfold in the lives of two very different women. The movie was not a sensational unrealistic Hollywood movie - it was very much a low key realistic look at the lives of the two women. One women is quite well off with husband and child, the other women divorced, in financial difficulty and struggling to hold a job and raise her son. The movie illustrates how one person can reach breaking point after a number of unfortunate events occur over a period of time. My wife really enjoyed the movie and so did some friends we recommended it to. Very good.

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