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    The Last Command

    The film tells the story of a former Imperial Russian general and cousin of the Czar who ends up being broke and working as a bit player in Hollywood in a movie directed by a former revolutionary.
    Duration: 88 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 1928
    IMDb: 8.0
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  • Actors of "The Last Command"

  • Characters of "The Last Command"

    Gen. Dolgorucki. Character of The Last Command
    Played by: Emil Jannings
  • Directors of "The Last Command"

    Josef von Sternberg. Director of The Last Command
    Josef von Sternberg
    Birthdate: 29 May 1894, Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]
  • Creators of "The Last Command"

    Lajos Bir├│. Director of The Last Command
    Lajos Bir├│
    Birthdate: 22 August 1880, Nagyvarad, Austria-Hungary [now Oradea, Bihor, Romania]
    John F. Goodrich. Director of The Last Command
    John F. Goodrich
    Birthdate: 18 February 1887, Delavan, Wisconsin, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Last Command"

    The New Republic
    February 27, 2013

    Sternberg is a true master.

    March 26, 2009

    Plenty of direction and as much photography. There doesn't appear to be a miss or skip either.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    The sheer sophistication of Sternberg's visuals makes nearly all current releases look old-fashioned.

    New York Times
    March 25, 2006

    If there are moments when Mr. Jannings holds the same expression and pose too long, you are rewarded for the most part with a brilliant performance in which there is a wealth of imagination.

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    Sternberg's direction makes this second only to The Docks of New York as the most accomplished of his silent films.

    The Skinny
    June 01, 2016

    Though the action moves in a predictable direction, Jannings' anguished breakdown makes for a compelling pay off.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    May 08, 2013

    Brilliant silent.

    TV Guide
    February 27, 2013

    One of acclaimed German actor Emil Jannings' first American pictures, directed by Austrian expatriate Josef von Sternberg and tailor-made to suit Jannings' skills and screen persona.

    February 27, 2013

    The breadth of Josef von Sternberg's satire is laid out in the passage at William Powell's office, where the elegant axis is complemented by sang-froid gagwork.

    Parallax View
    September 04, 2010

    Sternberg uses the [acting] contrast to differentiate the sides of the battle, emphasize the class difference and create a dynamic of old Europe and new.

    Q Network Film Desk
    August 28, 2010

    Jannings is a forceful screen presence and his characterization of the general is impressive in its oscillation between power and loss

    July 31, 2006

    German Emil Jannings became the first Oscar winner, when he won Best Actor for this as well as The Way of All Flesh; here he plays a former Russian General turned extra who goes mad when asked to recreate the Revolution in a movie

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