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Last Moment of Clarity

Last Moment of Clarity is a movie starring Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin, and Brian Cox. Three years after witnessing the murder of his fiancée, a man finds himself a fearful drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he sees an...

Other Titles
Bajo la misma piel, 雙面遊戲, W obronie miłości
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Thriller
Director
James Krisel, Colin Krisel
Writer
Colin Krisel, James Krisel
Actors
Udo Kier, Brian Cox, Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin
Country
USA
Year
2020
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Three years after witnessing the murder of his fiancée, a man finds himself a fearful drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he sees an actress who looks a lot like his dead love, and eventually he finds the truth about his fiancée.

Comments about thriller «Last Moment of Clarity» (12)

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Douglas

At the time of this writing, I am still thinking about this movie. I'm not sure what the point of it was, but it made me think and I really did like it. I like a lot of the characters, especially the boys and the girls. I really liked the story, but the twist ending was kind of weird and didn't make sense to me, but it was an okay ending. I really like the music in this movie, especially the opening. The entire movie was awesome, and I recommend it to anybody who likes horror movies. It's a good movie, and I recommend it to anyone who likes horror movies.

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Sean Riley

I was surprised to find that the movie was good. Not great, but definitely better than the average 2-stars. The movie has a great script, good acting, and great story. The only thing that could have been better is the fact that it's rated R. Not the only reason why it's rated R, but I think it could have been better. I believe the rating is a little bit too high, but the director did a great job in making the movie realistic. I think it's not a movie for the young ones, but it's a movie that everyone can enjoy. It's also a movie that can be enjoyed by everyone. The story is not completely the same as the book, but it was well-done and very well-written. I don't know what I expected from this movie, but I thought it was great. I'm glad that I watched it, and I recommend it to everyone. It's definitely a movie worth watching.

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Mildred H.

Back in the early 80's, to much of the American public, the threat of the Soviet Union, of course, was an immediate, and increasingly daily threat. Certainly, the Soviet Union was the greatest threat, but the threat was not as constant and pervasive as it would become in the years to come. In the early 80's, the Cold War had moved on, and so was the threat of nuclear annihilation. In 1984, a group of ex-intelligence operatives, working with the United States, had been caught red handed working with a Soviet intelligence agency, planning to kill the President of the United States, by blowing up the White House. Unfortunately, they weren't caught, and they lived, and a couple of years later, the American people, and the rest of the world, were left in the dark about this plot. The film is set in the early 80's. There is a lot of political commentary, and some plot twists, but it is not a political thriller, or the kind of film you go to see because you are in the mood for a thriller, or because you are into the spy thriller genre. Instead, it is a movie that will keep you engaged and interested, and at the same time, you will want to see it again. It is one of the best films I have ever seen, and I think that this is because the script and the acting is so well written, that it keeps you watching, and will not let you go until the end. I can only recommend this movie, and the other spy thrillers of the 80's, to people that appreciate great writing, and action. I hope you enjoy this film, and look forward to the sequel. (7/10)

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Michelle A.

I went to see the movie after reading some reviews and was shocked to find out that many of them were negative. This movie was certainly more then what was expected, but it was not as good as I thought it would be. It starts out good but then it quickly goes down hill. The first 10 minutes are really good. I really liked the way the movie starts off. It is a bit slow in parts but the film is still a good story. I did think that the story was a bit lacking. It was also too short. The movie never really goes anywhere. There are a couple of twists in it but they were not really that good. I do think that the movie could have done better if it wasn't over hyped. It definitely didn't seem that way to me. I give this a 7 out of 10.

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Louis H.

Richard (Julian Beck) is an American who has returned to his hometown of London after an American war. He discovers that his former fiancée has been murdered, and he is suffering from amnesia. He asks a newspaper reporter (Stephen Dillane) to research her case. Meanwhile Richard is involved in a car accident, which leaves him with a fractured pelvis, and he is sent to a mental hospital. The reporters ask him to tell his story, but he becomes increasingly paranoid, so they try to get him to tell his story. The plot is somewhat confusing, but I did enjoy the film for it's quirky, eccentric characters. It also had a very realistic feel to it. The characters are very interesting, especially the psychiatrist (Simon Phillips), and the reporters. Beck is a very likable character. He has some very interesting characters and dialogue. He's a bit like the fictional police officer Jimmy Sims. Dillane is also very entertaining. He's a bit like the cop from The Wire. The rest of the cast is also quite interesting. The film is very good, but at times the film is pretty unbelievable. I was actually looking at the clock and wondering how the film was going to end, but it didn't. Overall, I'd definitely recommend this movie.

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Mark H.

I've seen this film on TV, and it's a very underrated film. I remember watching it when I was a teenager, and when I was in my 20s, and I liked it then and I like it now. The film is a look at how people deal with death and loss, and it's not a look at the killers or the victims, it's a look at the social response to the loss of a loved one. There's a very sophisticated social commentary, and it's clever, the pacing is excellent, the acting is outstanding, and the characters are interesting. It's a very unique film, and I recommend it highly.

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William Smith

This movie is obviously aimed at younger children and parents. I didn't know what to expect when I decided to watch it, but after I watched it, I was thoroughly surprised. It's the story of a young boy who discovers his father has been murdered. A trip to his mother's house turns out to be the only way he can find out what happened. The acting was really good, especially the young boy. I think he deserved the Oscar for his performance. It was also really interesting to see the actor playing the same role that his father did. I guess that is how his character felt. I also loved the use of the common household items. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a great little movie.

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Julia

A beautiful and dark-suited young lady with a penchant for psychos comes to a small Canadian town looking for work. As she is about to board the bus to work, she is approached by a well-dressed gentleman who offers her work as a hooker in exchange for sex. The hooker agrees and moves to a seedy motel for the night. The next morning, she is woken up by a strange man with a gun, and she flees the motel. She is followed by the killer. I enjoyed this film a lot. It had a good story, an engaging mystery, and a great performance by Margot Kidder. As a horror movie, this one is a classic. Not very scary, but it is a good mystery thriller.

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Samantha Welch

For a comedy it's pretty funny. If you've never seen the Bluth's previous films, then it's not going to be as much fun. It's an amazing cast. The cast is full of high school buddies, and they fit well together. It's all about the awkwardness of the childhood. What they're going through is what makes the film so well done. It's about a bunch of teenagers, who have not grown up yet, and they're still trying to figure out their lives. It's a great comedy, and I highly recommend it. *

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Matthew H.

After the film, I thought about it for a while and decided that this is not really a good movie. The story is OK and there is some interesting stuff. However, I don't think that there is much more that can be said about the plot of this film. It is pretty bad. The main character is a loser and the story is a tragedy. This is an American movie, and its plot is not very convincing. It makes the viewer think that the characters are not very developed and even the movie can be seen as a tragedy because of this. The story is very predictable and the film is filled with errors. The main problem with this movie is that the characters are not very developed. The two main characters are both totally different from one another. They just don't have much in common and in the end, the movie becomes more of a tragedy than a tragedy. All the things that can be said about the story are there but the characters are not that convincing. They are not likeable. I could not see how the movie could be enjoyable or satisfying. The thing that makes me most disappointed is that there are only a couple of good things in this film. I think the acting is not very good. The direction is also not very good. The picture is also not very good. The score is not very good. I think that I would rather watch this movie if I had not seen the first one. I would also not recommend this film to anyone.

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Lori C.

The droll performance of Tim Roth and the dark and hopeless direction of Chris Columbus are put together with a masterful screenplay by Andrew Adamson. It's funny, well-paced, and can't be enjoyed without a little suspension of disbelief. A lot of the jokes fall flat or are lost in translation, but the movie is a hoot from start to finish. It will be hard to top this one.

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Janet Thomas

this is a movie of the movie genre.i have seen a lot of movies in the genre. i believe this is a good one.the movie is about a man who kills a woman. this man has been living a married life but his wife dies. after that he is sure that he can not love again. he decides to give up his wife. he tries to do the same by killing her husband. but when he kills the husband he also kills the husband's father and his wife. he then tries to kill his wife but gets killed. he then feels remorse for the murders he has done. he decides to go back to his wife and to die for her. he gets back to his wife and kills her. she then returns to him and kills him. the movie is the same as the first one.i think i will give it a seven.other movies i have seen in the genre.the movie is the same as the first one.i think i will give it a seven.