Last Words

Last Words

Greek premiere

In 2085, the planet resembles a vast desert. Ecological devastation has brought civilization to its knees; the human species is on the face of extinction. A handful of Earth’s last survivors are recipients of a mysterious call to meet up in Athens. Jo, a 17-year-old boy of African origin, is destined to become the world’s last moviemaker, capturing the last-gasp moments of human presence. A tale of doom that plants the seed of hope, while exalting cinema’s fate-changing power.

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Direction: Jonathan Nossiter
Script: Jonathan Nos­siter & San­ti­a­go Amigore­na (based on his novel)
Cinematography: Claris­sa Cap­pel­lani
Editing: Jonathan Nossiter, Davide La Porta
Music: Tom Smail
Actors: Kalipha Touray, Nick Nolte, Charlotte Rampling, Alba Rohrwacher, Stellan Skarsgard
Production: Stemal Entertainment, Raï Cinema
Producers: Serge Lalou, Laurent Baujard, Donatella Palermo
Co-production: Paprika Films, Les Films d’Ici, Les Films du Rat
Sets: Cristina Bartoletti, Valerio Romano
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Production Country: France,Italy
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 126'
Contact: THE PARTY FILM SALES Theo Lionel

Jonathan Nossiter

Prize winning film director Jonathan Nossiter has directed six feature films, including the Sundance fiction grand prize winner Sunday and Palme d’Or nominated Mondovino, which is one of only three documentaries nominated in the history of Cannes. AnAmerican-Brazilian dual national born in Washington, he grew up in France, England, Italy, Greece and India. He studied painting at the Beaux Arts in Paris and the San Francisco Art Institute and Ancient Greek at Dartmouth College and was assistant to director Adrian Lyne on Fatal Attraction. Fluent in six languages, he now lives in Rome.


1997 Sunday
2000 Signs & Wonders (doc)
2004 Mondovino
2010 Rio Sex Comedy (doc)
2014 Resistance Naturelle Natural Resistance
2020 Last Words