Le Dernier Combat (The Last Battle) (The Last Combat)
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Le Dernier Combat (The Last Battle) (The Last Combat)
Unusual because it has no spoken dialogue, Dernier Combat effectively chronicles the fate of a handful of people after a worldwide disaster has left the planet desolate and bleak and the people physically unable to speak. A young man (Pierre Jolivet) longs for female companionship and so he puts together a serviceable plane and flies to the remains of a city where survivors live in the ruined hulks of cars -- or wherever they can. The problem is that there are very few women to be found here as well. After the young man enters the city, he comes across an older doctor who has returned to his… More

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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Moments of wry whimsy maintain interest, as do frequent flashes of Besson's knack for a striking image."
‑ Ian Berriman, SFX Magazine
"There are a great many touches of humanity in Besson's wasteland and the film is all the more rewarding for it."
‑ Keith Breese, Filmcritic.com
"The widescreen, black and white cinematography is a joy to watch, and Besson is nothing if not an efficient and skilled director."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies
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