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The Last Battle is a french film of genre Science fiction directed by Luc Besson released in USA on 12 june 1984 with Jean Bouise

The Last Battle (1983)

The Last Battle
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Released in USA 12 june 1984
Length 1h32
Directed by
OriginFrance
Rating68% 3.446583.446583.446583.446583.44658

Le Dernier Combat ([lə dɛʁnje kɔ̃ba], English: The Last Battle) is a 1983 post-apocalyptic French film. It was the first feature-film to be directed by Luc Besson, and also features Jean Reno's first prominent role. Music for the film was composed by Éric Serra. The film was the first of many collaborations between Besson, Reno and Serra. A dark vision of post-apocalyptic survival, the film was shot in black and white and contains only two words of dialogue. It depicts a world where people have been rendered mute by some unknown incident.

Synopsis

The film opens to a shot of an abandoned office, where the main character (Pierre Jolivet), who is only identified as 'The Man' in the end credits, is having intercourse with a sex doll. The Man is then seen attempting to salvage parts from abandoned vehicles, but returns to his dwelling empty handed, where he works on building a makeshift aircraft. The Man ventures outside the office building he lives in, which is surrounded by a desert wasteland. A group of men are shown surviving in the wasteland. They hold a man, 'The Dwarf' (Maurice Lamy), captive, and force him to retrieve water for them. The Man, who has been observing the survivors, makes his way to their camp, stabs their leader, 'The Captain' (Fritz Wepper) and retrieves a car battery. Survivors pursue The Man, though he is able to escape in his now completed aircraft.

Actors

Jean Bouise

(The Doctor)
Pierre Jolivet

(The Man)
Fritz Wepper

(Captain)
Jean Reno

(The Brute)
Christiane Krüger

(Captain's Concubine)
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