In the near future, when the oceans have drowned most of the land, four people do everything they can to protect a weapon that can wipe out what is left.
Low budget, high quality! Writer Malachi Smyth and director Tanel Toom build up suspense from the opening scene to the end credits. The characters are defined, and so is the problem; us! The human race. We’ve managed to drown the planet, and even then, we fight for what’s left of it. Cpl. Cassidy couldn’t have said it better, half an hour into the film. Kate Bosworth, Lucien Laviscount, Martin McCann, and Thomas Kretschmann form a great team whose members both clash as well as stand united against their own worst fears.
The more the narrative develops, the more hope is lost. The more hope is lost, the more unpredictable the escalation and climax get. Last Sentinel is a thrilling one-location, low-budget sci-fi with a couple of serious environmental and humanistic messages for you to contemplate. There is something else, though… the enemy! Who is the enemy? More importantly, what is an enemy? Enjoy watching!
Rest in peace Tina Turner and Ray Stevenson… Safe journey!
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P.S. Hope was the last thing left in Pandora’s box…
One thought on “Last Sentinel (2023): Drama/Sci-fi/Thriller”
I look forward to this one I nearly watched it earlier but time ran out. I will watch it asap. Thanks mate