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The Last September
Feature 100
YEAR: 1999
DIRECTOR: Deborah Warner    
WRITER: John Banville      
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Thunder Pictures Scala   
PRODUCER: Yvonne Thunder    Nik Powell    Neil Jordan   
CAST: Maggie Smith    Michael Gambon    Jane Birkin    Fiona Shaw    Lambert Wilson    Keeley Hawes   David Tennant
LOCATION: Meath
EDITOR: Kate Evans      
DOP: Slawomir Idziak      
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Set in County Cork, in southern Ireland during the War of Independance of 1920. Danielstown is the country home of Sir Richard Naylor and his wife, Lady Myra. The Naylors belong to a class of Anglo-Irish aristocracy known as the ascendancy, whose way of life - moneyed, graceful, essentially feudal - is coming to an end.

Behind the facade of set-piece dinners, tennis parties and army camp dances, all know that the end is approaching. Meanwhile, Lady Myra's niece, Lois, who is being courted by a captain in the British army, is lured by the menacingly playful and violent young man who hides at an old water-mill on the Danielstown estate.





 
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