Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie

Now through 8/23/2018 | Northwest Film Forum

Film & Media Arts Capitol Hill/Central District

Coming off of his success with Easy Rider, Dennis Hopper was given carte blanche from Universal to make whatever movie he wanted to next. What happened was The Last Movie, a film that was notorious for being riddled with on-set drama and drugs, with almost 50 hours of footage to edit, was critically panned, and has not been able to be seen on the big screen since its release in 1971 – until now.

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