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  • Summary: An elderly couple reside over a country estate in 1920s Ireland. They have living with them a niece, a nephew and a couple who are homeless and trying to hide this fact. All of these individuals are thrown into turmoil when one more guest arrives.
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  1. Positive: 17 out of 23
  2. Negative: 1 out of 23
  1. Undeniable asset of an A list cast.
  2. A luminous, piercing film from the Elizabeth Bowen novel, richly evokes a world of privilege on the verge of disintegration.
  3. Reviewed by: Chuck Wilson
    This is one of those rare times when a credit-heavy gathering of top film talents actually manages to produce a work of art.
  4. The quality of acting in September, coupled with Idziak's images, warrant a visit.
  5. More interesting for the world it evokes rather than the drama that unfolds.
  6. There's enough caustic wit, romance and dizzy whimsy to make The Last September, if not deep, at least diverting.
  7. Not even the rich and nuanced performances of stage veterans Smith, Gambon, and Birkin can save this British period drama from languishing amid the story's unfocused longings and unrealistic musings.

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