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The Last KingThe story takes place on a film set in Norway. It is about a illegitimate infant is born when his father who is a king on his deathbed. Because a half of the kingdom wants to kill the future king, two warriors are responsible for protecting him in the civil war.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Last King"Nils GaupBirthdate: 1955, Kautokeino, Norway
Creators of "The Last King"Ravn Lanesskog
Critic Reviews of "The Last King"Minneapolis Star TribuneJune 16, 2016
It's an iconic tale for Norwegians and the inspiration of the annual Birkebeiner ski race, but a dud with scant dramatic zing or star quality.Seattle TimesJune 16, 2016
Gaup deftly keeps track of the major betrayals without making them seem too obvious, but we're never as involved with the characters as we were in "Pathfinder."Cinemanía (Spain)February 01, 2017
A film that leaves us great features: evocative names, credible settings and, above all, amazing warriors. [Full review in Spanish]SensacineJanuary 24, 2017
A film that ends up being stimulating (and effective) for something as simple as provoking interest and curiosity for the deepest recesses of the historical period that recreates. [Full review in Spanish]Under the RadarJune 29, 2016
The Last King is a mediocre adventure with some very pretty scenery.Radio TimesJune 26, 2016
The resolution is predictable enough, but the movie's solidly satisfying overall, and grizzled Nikolaj Lie Kaas makes a very hissable villain.Blu-ray.comJune 16, 2016
The cinematic essentials are represented, delivering big action in a rarely explored setting, successfully transforming this slice of warfare into a compelling, wonderfully snowbound adventure.Film Journal InternationalJune 16, 2016
A Norwegian history lesson that offers very little of interest for American audiences, unless they're really into skiing.
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