: : : Last Orders
===Story=== It's a long life, so you need life-long friends. "Last Orders" is a funny and moving film about four old friends (Bob Hoskins, Ray Winstone, David Hemmings and Tom Courtenay) and, most of all, the man, Jack Dodds (Michael Caine), whose "last orders" have set them on a journey. Jack Dodds was an ordinary guy, a butcher, yet a powerful, charismatic man whose life was a crucial heartline for the four men. As they make their trip through beautiful landscapes and a series of pubs, the men are flooded with memories of their life with him. There's "Lucky" (Hoskins) the gambler, best friend to Jack and admirer of his beautiful wife, Amy (Helen Mirren); Vince (Winstone), Jack's son, a used-car dealer whose resentment towards Jack stems from a wartime secret; Lenny (Hemmings), a one-time boxer who is always looking for a fight; and undertaker Vic (Courtenay), a wise and bemused presence who manages to keep the men on track. Meanwhile, Jack's wife Amy is on a journey of her own to visit their daughter, whom Jack could never love. It's an epic story of a remarkable generation that survived a terrible war, a film about ordinary people which shows that there are no ordinary people. The stories of their early hopes, the children, the affairs, the good times and the bad, reveal to the men and to us that it's your friends who break your heart... and your friends who mend it. ===DVD Features=== Theatrical Trailer Trailer Evolution Video Behind The Scenes Director And Main Cast Crew Interviews Novelist Graham Swifts Biography Director And Main Cast Filmographies Production Notes Marketing Evolution Image Gallery


Michael CaineJack
Tom CourtenayVic
David HemmingsLenny
Bob HoskinsRay
Helen MirrenAmy
Ray WinstoneVince

  • Genre: Drama Movies
  • Director: Fred Schepisi
  • Producer: Prism Leisure Corporation
  • Length: 110 min
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 Anamorp
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaDec 7, 2001
    EuropeJan 11, 2002
    AustraliaJul 11, 2002
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaAug 13, 2002
    EuropeJul 28, 2003
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