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- Anya Taylor-Joy
- Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie
- Matt Smith
- Terence Stamp
- Diana Rigg
- Rita Tushingham
- Michael Ajao
- Synnøve Karlsen
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I was debating whether to watch this movie or not because the trailer didn't really impress me, but I'm glad I did. Movie was really really good. It had my attention from start to finish.
Loved it love the 60s love the music love the styles
That over-the-top style, with its pulsating colors and generous sloshings of bright-red fake blood, is well-suited to this movie’s story, which folds crime, sex work, mental illness, and elements of the supernatural into a psychological thriller that, at its best, can be mind-bendingly intense.
Last Night in Soho is an immensely pleasurable film that delights in playing with genre, morphing from time-travel fantasy to dark fairy tale, from mystery to nightmarish horror in a climax that owes as much to ’60s Brit fright fare as to more contemporary mind-benders.
It’s a blast. Last Night In Soho is the kind of good time which isn’t over until someone’s either crying or bleeding. And oh, how we’ve all missed those nights!