Last Chants for a Slow Dance Trailer

Last Chants for a Slow Dance Trailer (1977)

01 January 1977 90 mins

A terminal "road-movie," Last Chants single-mindedly follows the path of its central character, Tom Bates, through an unspecified period of time as he talks to a hitch-hiker and then throws him out of his truck, visits his wife and has a fierce argument with her, talks to a man in a breakfast cafe, picks up a woman in a bar and has a one night stand with her; leaves the woman, and finally, cruising in his truck on a back road, pulls over to help a man with his broken-down car, and, for a few dollars, shoots and kills the man.

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Cast

Tom Blair

as Tom Bates

Crew

Jon Jost

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1977

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