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Last Cab to DarwinSuffering with terminal cancer, Rex, a taxi driver in Broken Hill, has been given three months to live. Not wishing to die in hospital, he sets out on an epic journey to Darwin in a bid to die on his own terms. Along the way, he experiences various encounters which encourage him to re-evaluate his life.
Actors of "Last Cab to Darwin"
Directors of "Last Cab to Darwin"Jeremy SimsBirthdate: 10 January 1966, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Creators of "Last Cab to Darwin"Reg Cribb
Critic Reviews of "Last Cab to Darwin"Globe and MailJuly 08, 2016
Sims probably uses a setting-sun metaphor more than necessary, but otherwise his decisions are immaculate and his film should hold audiences in thrall.San Francisco ChronicleJuly 07, 2016
Takes a tough subject and amiably rides it out into the Outback sunset. It's a wry film that remains upbeat without betraying its rough-around-the-edges cast of characters.Los Angeles TimesJune 16, 2016
"Last Cab to Darwin" provides an emotionally textured look at one older gent's decision to take his waning life into his own resolute hands.New York TimesJune 09, 2016
Smartly directed by Jeremy Sims, this sweet-hearted film mostly manages to avoid triteness even as it casually packs an emotional punch.Village VoiceJune 08, 2016
A sentimental road drama that reflects the real-world effects of cancer: pain, anger, withdrawal, and isolation.HeraldNet (Everett, WA)July 29, 2016
Full of sun, beer, and the restless souls found along the highway."National PostJuly 08, 2016
Gorgeous cinematography from Steve Arnold captures the otherworldly beauty of the Outback as Rex and Tilly bisect the continent.SF WeeklyJuly 06, 2016
Jeremy Sims' Last Cab to Darwin is a formulaic but still heart-tugging road movie.NOW TorontoJuly 06, 2016
It's a potentially gimmicky premise, but Cribb and director Jeremy Sims refuse to condescend to it.Georgia StraightJuly 06, 2016
The actors never let artifice get in the way of the movie's deep well of human feeling.The Patriot LedgerJuly 02, 2016
Sims insists on always playing it safe, never taking chances, which ironically, is the very thing his film clumsily preaches against.
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