Last Supper Movie 2014

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Last Supper is a 2014 black comedy film directed by Param Gill. It stars Eddie Griffin and Josh Meyers as two lunatics who escape a mental asylum to make a movie.

Synopsis

Last Supper is a funny, touching fairy tale about two romantic and ambitious lunatics, Fumnanya (Eddie Griffin) and Andy (Josh Meyers) who escape a mental institution with a video camera and set out to make a movie about their romantic quest to find a princess and be rewarded with a magical kiss.


The duo encounters various obstacles, not the least of which is that their 'princess' turns out to be a burned-out prostitute (Najarra Townsend) who wants to commit suicide. She enlists Fumnanya and Andy to help her, only to have her suicide plans turn out to be a disaster and her pimp Rocco (Dave Vescio) emerge as a menacing threat.

But along the way, the trio ends up becoming overnight sensations on YouTube, as followers speculate whether the whole thing is a clever hoax or a moving if unorthodox attempt at redemption.[1]

Principal cast

Actor Role
Eddie Griffin Fumnanya
Josh Meyers Andy
Najarra Townsend Candy
Dave Vescio Rocco
Mindy Robinson Nurse Betty
Yves Bright Dr Tucker
Joe Sabatino Desk Sergeant
Penny Marshall Herself


Development and production

The screenplay was developed from a story by Anzeljc Vojko by John Buchanan and Param Gill. The film was shot in March 2014 at Anaheim, California and was funded by Canadian producer J Bhandal.

Response

The first look trailer was released on 13 June 2014. This movie is set for release on thanksgiving weekend, 27 November 2014.

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