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The Last Boy (2019)

The Last Boy (2019)

Luke GossFlynn AllenPeter GuinnessMatilda Freeman
Perry Bhandal


The Last Boy (2019) is a English movie. Perry Bhandal has directed this movie. Luke Goss,Flynn Allen,Peter Guinness,Matilda Freeman are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. The Last Boy (2019) is considered one of the best Fantasy,Mystery,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

With the world's end imminent, a dying mother sends her young son on a journey to the place which grants wishes. The film's inspired by the works of 13th century Sufi mystic and poet, Rumi.

The Last Boy (2019) Reviews

  • Stonenhenge???


    On the professors place, in the board, drawing of stonehenge and the word 'wishes' written next to it. Then a board with drawing of stonehenge from the air. I recognised but why? I didn't make connection until the end, when Jesse put the patterns of mums map and Jesses printout, it is Stonehenge, thats where they are going!!! So many other things - the stone angel next Siras mothers picture, the doll with the arm pointing at the house when the wind attacked and then Lilly is frozen the next day, like it is saying this is what is going to happen if you go, christianity, rumi, science, wishes, animals, nature it is all there. I wished Bhandal had made the stonehenge more clear but he didn't. There is something almost like Kubrick about what he has hidden. I see it. This film is brilliant. 10/10

  • Outstanding


    Original filmmaking, beautiful to see it still exists. I loved the characters and felt the deeper message that made the ending all the more amazing. Kept thinking of the quote from Nietsche 'and those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.'

  • Interesting slow drama not for everyone.


    I enjoyed this slow paced post apocalyptic drama; where there are echoes of The bird Box and A quiet Place. Interesting story telling... Stonehenge .. place where wish come true... immortality or rather life after death... portals between life and death and above all love.. well done!!

  • reminded me of stalker


    Reminded me of stalker one of my all time favourite films. reading some of the negative comments here also reminds me of the many negative comments made about that classic film. seems these kinds of films you either love or hate.

  • Lyrically beautiful and poignant


    I have to admit I am not usually a fan of dystopian movies. I don't enjoy their typically bleak and pessimistic undertones and often I find the characters quite unrelatable. That is not the case with 'The Last Boy'. I found it captivating. I found myself caring for the characters and what they were going through and I wanted to understand exactly what it was they were facing. There is an element of mystery here as the movie unravels exactly what is happening. I was on the edge of my seat many times. It doesn't answer all those questions completely, but I think that was intentional. It certainly had me thinking about this movie after it was over. I don't think it will be a long time till I watch it again. How refreshing and welcome to see a movie of this type that doesn't involve hormonally charged twenty-something year olds pretending to be seventeen year olds. Instead this movie is moving and poignant. The acting is great, the soundtrack is beautiful and enhances the story without assaulting your ear drums, and the effects are good but don't dominate the movie. At only 90 minutes in length, this movie never outstays its welcome. In fact, I would have been happy for it to last a bit longer, but that's okay. I find it odd that most reviews of this movie I have read suggest that the star is Luke Goss (who I have never heard of) who plays Jay when, in fact, it is young Flynn Allen as Sira who carries the film. The ending seems to suggest there could be a sequel to this. I don't know if I want that. This movie stands on its own and I would hate to see it be diminished by lesser follow ups. 'The Last Boy' is a great movie and I thoroughly recommend it.


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