Feature Films & Documentary

 

Watch the award-winning feature film:  The Last Passport  

BY Lucky You Films

THE LAST PASSPORT takes place in a passport office...or so you think. George Miller is a 70-year-old man who through a variety of encounters, takes us on a journey through his mysterious past to show us we are not all that different. During a typical day at a passport office or so it seems we meet a slew of characters who all have something in common, and in George, they all find a willing ear; a man who cares about their stories, and who isn't afraid, to be honest. Featuring a cast of characters from all walks of life, which reflect the humor and the tragedy in all us, “The Last Passport” will leave a lasting impression on anybody who has ever wondered what it would be like, to be honest with yourself for just one day. 

Unlike other movies, this film is something different, something new. THE LAST PASSPORT is a movie with a universal theme of hope and understanding, and yet it instills a personal message of truth which is unique for every viewer. Comparisons to any other work are ambiguous at best, but some have compared it to "thought-provoking episode of The Twilight Zone'. After watching the film, one educator commented, "Every student in High School should see this movie." Her assessment was based not just on story content, and each actor gave the dominant performances, but especially on the surprise ending which leaves moviegoers inspired and hearts forever changed. 

Winner of Best Director and Actor at Solstice Film Festival in Minneapolis.

Fargo Review - Screenplay: A, Acting: A+

Charlotte Observer: “Uplifting Drama,” "Entertaining Picture"

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The Last Passport Trailer 

BY Lucky You Films

THE LAST PASSPORT takes place in a passport office...or so you think. George Miller is a 70-year-old man who through a variety of encounters, takes us on a journey through his mysterious past to show us we are not all that different. During a typical day at a passport office or so it seems we meet a slew of characters who all have something in common, and in George, they all find a willing ear; a man who cares about their stories, and who isn't afraid, to be honest. Featuring a cast of characters from all walks of life, which reflect the humor and the tragedy in all us, “The Last Passport” will leave a lasting impression on anybody who has ever wondered what it would be like, to be honest with yourself for just one day. 

Unlike other movies, this film is something different, something new. THE LAST PASSPORT is a movie with a universal theme of hope and understanding, and yet it instills a personal message of truth which is unique for every viewer. Comparisons to any other work are ambiguous at best, but some have compared it to "thought-provoking episode of The Twilight Zone'. After watching the film, one educator commented, "Every student in High School should see this movie." Her assessment was based not just on story content, and each actor gave the dominant performances, but especially on the surprise ending which leaves moviegoers inspired and hearts forever changed. 

Winner of Best Director and Actor at Solstice Film Festival in Minneapolis.

Fargo Review - Screenplay: A, Acting: A+

Charlotte Observer: “Uplifting Drama,” "Entertaining Picture"

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Behind the Scenes of The Last Passport 

BY Lucky You Films

Lucky You Films created what no one else has done before, made a feature film in just 30 days. Most movies take over a year to make, and that is fast according to most standards. Concept creation, script writing, casting, rehearsing, shooting, then scoring and editing, it is time-consuming. From concept to Film Festival submission, The Last Passport was created in just 30 days. From submission to the films big screen premiere, it was a mere 46 days, an astonishing achievement in the film world. It was filmed in just three days with a fantastic crew.

This the behind scenes of the making of the Last Passport and interviews with the crew and cast.

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Lucky You Films has made a movie in record time.  Concept creation, script writing, casting, rehearsing, shooting, then scoring and editing, it is, but that was not a problem.  From concept to Film Festival submission, The Last Passport became a feature film in just 30 days. From an idea (no script) to the movie big screen premiere, it was a mere 46 days, an astonishing achievement in the film world. 

This the behind scenes of the making of the Last Passport and interviews with the crew and cast.

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