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Last Summer No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2019
15
109 minutes (1 hours 49 minutes)
7th June
Last Summer

Directed by

William Bindley

Starring

Actor
Character
K.J. Apa
Griffin
Maia Mitchell
Phoebe
Norman Johnson Jr.
Mason
Jacob Latimore
Alec
Wolfgang Novogratz
Foster
Sosie Bacon
Audrey
Mario Revolori
Reece
Jacob McCarthy
Chad
Halston Sage
Erin
Tyler Posey
Ricky
Gage Golightly
Paige
Nicole Forester
Margaux
Audrey Grace Marshall
Lilah
Valerie Jane Parker
Claire
Sameera Rock
Janet
Ed Quinn
Griffin's Dad
Gabrielle Anwar
Griffin's Mom
Heidi Johanningmeier
Phoebe's Mom
Jackie Sandler
Tracey
Brenna Sherman
Sierra
Greer Grammer
Christine Purdy
Jamison Belushi
Promise Ring Girl
Dylan Doornbos Hayes
Promise Ring Boy
Collin Grubbs
Brother
Amy Cates
Mrs. Robinson
Christopher Mele
Older Trader Jerry
Michael May
Mr. Edmonds
Jeffrey Grover
Paige's Dad
Layla Cushman
Paige's Stepmom
Dionnae Maree Ford
Ricky's Ex
Ryan Edward Hill
Tyler
Julia Kelly
Jordan
Addyson Raley
Soccer Girl
Boden Bindley
Young Ricky Fan
Ashleigh Morghan
Warehouse Party Girl
Brianna Burke
Brenda Bonner
Robert Ellis
Brenda's Dad
Cameron Woods
Executive 1
Will Bindley
Executive 2
Tino Roncone
Executive 3
Dylan Karz
Cubs' Bat Boy
Grace Bindley
Beer Throwing Girl
Scotty Conley
Skateboard Announcer
Gabriel Vigliotti
Zachary
Ian Pack
Firecracker Guy #1
Gloria Bishop
Skate Park Competition Fan
Steve Boress
Baseball Fan
Jenny Boswell
Erin's Grad Party Attendee
Brooke Bowen
Skateboard Fan
Travis Bowen
Broker
Brian Briggs
Erin's dad
Brielle Brown
Yogurt Shop Twin
Jake Budyka
High School Graduate / Pedestrian
Jeffrey Cain
Stock Broker / Waiter / Pedestrian
Dominic Cancelliere
Skateboarder
Cleveland Clark
Cubs Baseball Player
Lexi Cowan
Christine Purdy's Sister
Rick Dremann
Commuter
Gary Flamik
Skateboard fan
Liliana Florea
Baseball Fan
Victoria Floyd
Coffee Shop Customer / Partier
Ed Frame
Coffee Shop Patron
Bryan Geary
Guitar Shop Pedestrian
Q Hasan
Partier / Skate Park Fan
Tara O. Horvath
Theater Guest
Rachel Fay Huffman
Pedestrian / Train Passenger
Averett Hunter
Partier
Jenna Jaworski
Jogger / Partier / Roller Rink Patron
Cassandra Keegan
Party Girl
Cole Kornell
Beach Partier & Downtown Pedestrian
Doug Meacham
Skater / Skate Park Fan
Joe Morales
Cafe Patron
Roger Petan
Coffee Shop Patron
Bobby Rodriguez
Street Guy
Edlyn Sabrina
Train Passenger
Melissa Santiago
Waitress
Kevin Slone
Bar Patron
Sarah Elizabeth Smith
Kendall's Mom
Hannah Stoessner
High School Graduate / Friend / Partier
Ashland Thomas
Cubs Fan
Ming Wang
Windy City Bar Patron
Maxwell Warner
High School Graduate / Partier / Pedestrian
Lloyd Weema
Pedestrian Couple
Abby Weissberg
Guitar Student
Christopher T. Yates
Skate Finals Attendee
Alex Zelenka
Baseball Fan
Nathaniel Zoffel
Partier

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16th June 2019

Excellent movie and gritty storyline. The movie has that special gift of staying with you long after the final credits. A little gem & Superb

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At the UK box office this week Godzilla stomped on all in its path to become the nation's top film on its debut week of release.

It was a hot weekend in the UK with many annual events happening which more than likely had an effect on the takings of Godzilla, but the monster flick, directed by Britain's own Gareth Edwards still managed a stomping £6.4 million.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,731
9182
Last Summer
9183

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Comedy

Popular in: China and United States

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7 June 2019
£1,731