The Last King Of Scotland

The Last King Of Scotland

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Original Name  最後的蘇格蘭王
Official Release Date Jan 28, 2010
Starring Forest Whitaker, James McAvoy, Gillian Anderson, Kerry Washington
Director Kevin Macdonald
Screen Format Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby Digital
Language English, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Thai, Turkish
Subtitles Chinese, English, Russian, Bulgarian, Czech, Arabic, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Hebrew, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Thai, Turkish, Ukranian
Year 2006
Running Time 123 Minutes
Genre Drama
Version  Hong Kong
PAX-Code PAX0002934965
Catalog No.  BDF32495


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  • Capacity: 50GB Dual Layer


As Ugandan dictator Idi Amin, Forest Whitaker gives "one of the greatest performances of modern movie history" (Wall Street Journal), one that the Associated Press calls "nothing short of Oscar worthy." This is Amin's incredible story as seen through the eyes of Nicholas Garrigan (James McAvoy), a young Scotsman who becomes the volatile leader's personal physician, due in part to Amin's unexpected passion for Scottish culture -- Amin even proclaims himself "The Last King of Scotland". Seduced by Amin's charisma and blinded by decadence, Garrigan's dream life becomes a waking nightmare of betrayal and madness from which there is no escape. Inspired by real people and events, this gripping, suspenseful stunner is filled with performances you will never forget.


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a.zaytsev (158) on 22, Feb. 2010 16:53 (HKT)
Best film I've seen for a long time.
It probably helped that I didn't know too much about the story or Idi Amin before watching the film as I may have picked holes with the story, but going into it from a fresh perspective I've gotta say I loved it.
James McAvoy and Forrest Whitaker both do a great job and the way the film is shot telling the story from the doctors perspective as he gradually realises what is going on was very clever.
You've got to see this film, I doubt you'll regret it.
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