This Last Lonely Place

This Last Lonely Place

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Having just returned home from Iraq, war vet Sam Taylor is a cab driver sent on a late night run. He picks up a wealthy, shady investment banker named Frank Devore, but unbeknownst to Sam, Frank is on the run..

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SYNOPSIS

THIS LAST LONELY PLACE is a twisted, noir-drenched drive through the dark streets and back alleys of Los Angeles. Having just returned home from Iraq, war vet Sam Taylor is a cab driver sent on a late night run. He picks up a wealthy, shady investment banker named Frank Devore, but unbeknownst to Sam, Frank is on the run. A horrible crime has been committed, and when they pick up Frank’s mistress Faye Gardner at the famed Chateau Marmont, things quickly go from bad to worse.


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 93 minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat
Sound: Dolby SR
Country: USA
Language: English
Website: www.IndicanPictures.com
Genre: Action/Drama



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner – Best Cinematography – Newport Beach Film Festival
Official Selection – Newport Beach Film Festival
Official Selection – Humphrey Bogart Film Festival
Official Selection – Noir City Film Festival

“Original Thriller”
IndieWire 

“Oscar-Winning”
HK and Cult Film News 

“A fine tuned, pitch dark noir”
Screen Anarchy 

“Humphrey Bogart Estate-Produced Noir”
Deadline Hollywood 

“a twisted, noir-drenched drive”
Moviola 

“incredibly talented and dedicated cast”
Broadway World 

“displaying…classical noir film”
Peoples Magazine 

“Carly Pope… in the fifth season of Arrow.”
Entertainment Weekly

“Writer-director Steve Anderson’s low-key thriller transpires…”
The Hollywood Reporter

“A taut, surprising, compelling film noir. Well-acted and extremely well shot on the streets of Los Angeles at night. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” – Leonard Maltin

“Beautiful, with taut direction and great performances. Not a false note.” – Lou Lumenick, N.Y. Post Chief Film Critic

“A fine tuned, pitch dark noir.” – Ben Umstead,
TwitchFILM

“A superb film. Classic film noir, through and through, with mystery, sex, betrayal, femme fatales, and sharp twists and turns. L.A. hasn’t been this gorgeous and definitive on film in years.” – Jack Garner,
Democrat & Chronicle