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This film is the first adaptation of the Ian McEwan's short story "First love, last rites" from his 1975 book "First love, last rites". The film does not adapt any of the other short stories from the book. More short stories from the same book were adapted into short films ("Butterflies" was adapted in 1988, 2003 and 2005) and a feature film ("Conversation with a Cupboard Man" was adapted in 1993) See more »
This simple little flic allows us to share the new worldly experiences of a traveller's love affair in Louisiana. He stumbles into a passionate woman and her peculiar family along with an eel and a creature scratching within the cavity of the wall. What more can a person ask for? Wonderfully paced with some awkward mannerisms from the performers who make it a treat to watch.
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