Last Call (1999) is an independent drama directed by Christine Lucas from a script she wrote with Jorge Duràn and David T. Page.
Filmed in Santiago, Chile, the film follows three stories set in an apartment building in Santiago: a man (Eric Michael Cole) watching his twin brother’s apartment when the brother’s girlfriend shows up drunk and not taking no for an answer, a model (Elizabeth Berkley) being held hostage by a stranger (Bastián Bodenhöfer) with a thick foreign accent, and a shady salesman (Peter Coyote) trying to arrange a transaction with a couple of American visitors (Elizabeth Rossa and Garret Dillahunt).
Last Call had its U.S. premiere at the 1999 Hollywood Film Festival. It was released on DVD in June 2007.
In a Santiago, Chile, apartment building, the lives of three sets of strangers intertwine. A shady dealer and two American visitors await a pivotal phone call about a business transaction. Above them, a model is taken hostage by an intruder who engages her in a twisted psychological game, and on the top-floor loft, a case of mistaken identity leads to an unexpected liaison. Lost souls that collide at a desperate hour.
Elizabeth Berkley, Peter Coyote, Garret Dillahunt, Elizabeth Rossa, Eric Michael Cole, Bastián Bodenhöfer, Lorene Prieto
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