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Last Shot

USA 2020
produced by
Mark Johnson, James Davis, Terrence Arlyn (executive), Jared Sawyer jr (executive) for Arlyn Entertainment, Afterlight Visual
directed by Terrence Arlyn
starring Cody N. Carter, Deja Gilmore, Chris Cream, Carlo Campbell, Melanie DiPiero, Dominic King, Christan Ramos, David Sandridge, Mary Arlynda Vermell, Terrell Ra Certified Elias, Jason R. Holland, Kiona Golden, Kevin Norman-McDaniels, Tellisha Love, Robert Dobson, Anthony Wilcox, Tyrone Nathaniel Reeves, Terrence Arlyn, Trae Summiel, Shanice Brooks, Duane Sarmiento, Tzipora Thomas, Dj Sterl, Robert Dobson, John Phillips, Shawn Webb, Okitchy Robertson, Tavares Pointer, Anthony Wilcox, Jay Johnson, Kenesia Still, Rudolph Valentino, Jayden C. Love, Jason Force, Angelica Miller
written by Terrence Arlyn

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Nick (Cody N. Carter) has just been released from prison where he spent the last 10 years for having killed his wife in a blind rage after she admitted to him their son isn't actually his. But now out again, he wants to get his life back together and go the straight and narrow - and fortunately his cousin Mark (Carlo Campbell) gives him a place to stay and even a job as bartender in his bar. And soon enough, Nick even finds a girlfriend in fellow bartender Keke (Deja Gilmore). However the world by and large doesn't really appreciate an ex-con, so Nick actually gets in trouble with his parole officer (Robert Dobson) for spending the night with his girlfriend. And then there's local bully Smack (Chris Cream), a wannabe bigshot who gives Nick a sound beating just because his troublemaker girlfriend Judy (Tellisha Love) felt disrespected by him. Now this gets him on the radar of detectives Fitzgerald (Melanie DiPiero) and Ferguson (Dominic King), who long wanted to get dirt on Smack - but Nick refuses to play their snitch. And then Smack and Judy are killed, while in an unrelated incident Nick falls out with Keke and Mark. And as Fitzgerald and Ferguson are hard pressed to bring Smack's killer to justice, they know where to look ...


A rather compelling and also exciting blend of social drama and crime thriller, Last Shot seems to find the right balance between the two genres rather effortlessly, basically because it chooses stringent storytelling over anything else and doing so emphasises on characters rather than delivering messages. And a steady pace keeps things flowing all the time, while a solid cast carries this one rather nicely, all resulting in good but thoughtful entertainment.


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