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The Final Cut [DVD] [2004]

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    Special Features


    • 16:9 widescreen
    • 5.1 DOlby Digital surround
    • 2.0 Dolby Digital
    • Making of The Final Cut
    • Production design featurette
    • Special effets featurette
    • Commentary with director, Omar Naïm
    • From Production to Screen
    • Spanish subtitles
    • English closed captioning
    • Deleted scenes
    • Scene index
    • Trailers

    Synopsis


    The Final Cut
    First-time filmmaker Omar Naim wrote and directed the sci-fi drama The Final Cut. Set in the near future, the story concerns a device implanted in the body that is capable of recording a person's entire life. Once it is extracted from the body after death, the footage can be played back on a screen in the form of "rememories." Robin Williams plays Alan Hakman, an editor who cuts together the footage to make pleasant movies for funerals. Tormented by his job and his own memories, Alan also has a troubled romantic relationship with bookseller Delila (Mira Sorvino). While looking through footage for his next project, Alan discovers a man whom he believes is from his own past. Meanwhile, former editor Fletcher (James Caviezel) wants the footage for his own purposes. The Final Cut was shown at the Berlin Film Festival in 2004. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Robin Williams
      Robin Williams - Alan Hakman
    • Mira Sorvino
      Mira Sorvino - Delila
    • James Caviezel
      James Caviezel - Fletcher
    • Mimi Kuzyk
      Mimi Kuzyk - Thelma
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      Thom Bishops - Hasan



    Customer rating

    Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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      I love watching Robin Williams, so I was feeling really good about the movie. There was good acting from him but there could have been more background on his life. It went straight to him being an adult and working as the cutter. The ending was not what I expected. After he found out about what his parents had done, he should have been allowed at least 15 more minutes of film time to find out more. Also, it would have been great to find out if the guy at the end was a child of a childhood playmate. So may questions unanswered...

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