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Special Screening and Master Class: The Last Supper

Mon, Apr 15 / 7 pm
Directed by Cynthia Roberts
1995, Canada, 96 min

WFG Executive Director Greg Klymkiw will introduce the film and provide an in-depth script-to-screen case study master class after the screening of the film. Dancer (Ken McDougall) dying of AIDS choreographs the last ninety minutes of his life before choosing to have euthanasia performed by a compassionate doctor (Daniel MacIvor) to end his suffering. Director Cynthia Roberts and producer/co-screenwriter Greg Klymkiw shot this harrowing drama at the Casey House AIDS Hospice in Toronto. Veteran actor McDougall slipped into a final coma and died four days after shooting was completed. One of the most acclaimed Canadian films ever made. Winner Best Feature Film Teddy Award (Berlin Film Festival), Critics Week Selection (Locarno International Film Festival), and invited to over 200 international film festivals.

All seats for Screening and Master Class: $10.00

Reviews

The Last Supper transgresses the terrain that normally exists between documentary and drama...Tremendously moving but morally complex. Ken McDougall is brilliant, dominating every scene in what can only be called the performance of a lifetime.
-Marc Glassman, Take One
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