The Last Post


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7.2| TV-MA| en| More Info
Released: 01 October 2017 Ended
Producted By: Bonafide Films
Country: United Kingdom
Budget: 0
Revenue: 0
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Drama series set in the mid-sixties, in which a unit of Royal Military Police officers and their families deal with the challenges of politics, love and war in British-controlled Aden.

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The Last Post Audience Reviews

Cubussoli Very very predictable, including the post credit scene !!!
VividSimon Simply Perfect
FeistyUpper If you don't like this, we can't be friends.
Geraldine The story, direction, characters, and writing/dialogue is akin to taking a tranquilizer shot to the neck, but everything else was so well done.
oruphotograph Thought this looked lame. Literally didn't watch it right away until I was bored. I was wrong. It was a solid view. It had a "Stranger Things" vibe (purely because of the background music/tone/tension). And that tone/tension lasted throughout the season. Bravo, Amazon. Bravo, indeed.
mbarryellis One of best done jobs of writing, directing and acting I've experienced in quite some time Both my wife and I loved itBeautifully doneThank you
djg32514 I had hopes this would be a good period piece concerning Great Britain and the middle east in the 60s. Instead what I got was a soap opera. While there were many problems with colonial power and the role Great Britain played depicted here is decadence and arrogance. The writers demonstrated their disdain for the British soldiers of the time. We are expected to believe the SAS was anything but capable, that British soldiers in general are mean crass creatures devoid of character and that wives stationed with their spouses are weak drunkards hoping from bed to bed. They natives are depicted as freedom fighters doing what they must to secure their freedom.Rubbish. Very little factual history is shown. And, though I thing Essie Davis is a fine actress her role as an independent American reporter is not only unbelievable in the extreme as a period character but her "American accent" has to be the worst lo have encountered in a long time. Really, really glaringly bad. I have the is a 4 but honestly could have gone lower. I have no fondness for the entertainment industry penchant for rewriting history.
russmillerwy-957-682439 I enjoy a very well written and we'll acted historical fiction about a forgotten little war. It is ambitious, current, and filled with the kind of sentiment we wish truly drove events, but, unhappily, usually doesn't. The Last Post also includes a point of view we don't often get to see in military dramas, how women, even from the back seat, are affected and can profoundly alter courses. I especially admired one of the themes it hammers on: do words really matter? For that matter, are individuals sayong them of any significant importance compared to institutions like nations, rebellions, and causes? Our real life experience teaches us that we can't swim against the tide and hope to survive. The Last Post gives us some examples about how that can be true, but also how the tide can be overcome. In that sense it is a very beautiful story where earnest love, bravery, and forgiveness for one another counts. Perhaps that is fantasy, but it is still a beautiful one.