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The Last Will Be the Last

Luciana is a factory worker married to the love of her life. She is living the simple and quiet life she’s always desired: she works and she is deeply in love with her husband Stefano, even if he doesn’t always have a job and they both need to struggle to keep on going. They are happy and always on each other’s side, but shortly after she finds out she’s pregnant, she gets fired and her world starts falling apart. After having tried to have a baby for years, the joy of impending motherhood lasts only a few months. Begging for help but with no one ready to listen to her, completely desperate and shattered, Luciana decides to kidnap the managing director of her former company, asking for the justice she deserves.

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The Last Will Be the Last Cast

Name Character
Paola Cortellesi She was 41, now 49 years old as Luciana Colacci
Fabrizio Bentivoglio He was 58, now 66 years old as Antonio Zanzotto
Federico Torre He was 57, now 64 years old as Ispettore
Alessandro Gassman He was 50, now 57 years old as Stefano
Francesco Acquaroli He was 53, now 60 years old as Saltutti
Diego Ribon He was 55, now 62 years old as Finardi
Marco Giuliani He was 39, now 46 years old as Adriano
Stefano Fresi He was 41, now 48 years old as Bruno
Giorgio Caputo He was 41, now 49 years old as Enzo
Ilaria Spada She was 34, now 41 years old as Simona
Augusto Fornari He was 46, now 53 years old as Ruggero
Alessandra Costanzo as Segretaria

The Last Will Be the Last Crew

Name Department
Alessandro Pesci as Director of Photography. He was 55 (now 62) years old Camera
Paola Cortellesi as Screenplay. She was 41 (now 49) years old Writing
Massimiliano Bruno as Director. He was 45 (now 52) years old Directing
Massimiliano Bruno as Screenplay. He was 45 (now 52) years old Writing
Federica Lucisano as Producer. She was 48 (now 55) years old Production
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The Last Will Be the Last (7 years)

  • Release day: Thursday, November 12, 2015
  • Runtime: 103 minutes