Last Night in Soho

A young girl, passionate about fashion design, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But 1960s London is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart with shady consequences.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Eloise Turner: Thomasin McKenzie
  • Sandie: Anya Taylor-Joy
  • Jack: Matt Smith
  • Peggy Turner: Rita Tushingham
  • John: Michael Ajao
  • Jocasta: Synnøve Karlsen
  • Carol: Pauline McLynn
  • Silver-Haired Gentleman: Terence Stamp
  • Ms. Collins: Diana Rigg
  • Eloise’s Mother: Aimée Cassettari
  • Taxi Driver #1: Colin Mace
  • Lara: Jessie Mei Li
  • Cami: Kassius Nelson
  • Ashley: Rebecca Harrod
  • Toucan Bartender: Alan Mahon
  • Drunk Student: Connor Calland
  • Student at Party: Josh Zaré
  • College Administrator: Jacqui-Lee Pryce
  • Ms. Tobin: Elizabeth Berrington
  • Cloakroom Attendant: James Phelps
  • Cloakroom Attendant: Oliver Phelps
  • Cilla Black: Beth Singh
  • Cubby: Paul Brightwell
  • Café de Paris Bartender: Will Rogers
  • Rialto Club Owner: Terence Frisch
  • Shop Assistant: Celeste Dring
  • Marionetta: Jeanie Wishes
  • Mr. Pointer: Andrew Bicknell
  • Toucan Drunk: Adam Sopp
  • Toucan Drunk’s Mate: Richard Corgan
  • Punter #1: Michael Mears
  • Punter #2: Tom Hartwell
  • Punter #3: Paul Hamilton
  • Punter #4: Wayne Cater
  • Punter #5: Sam Claflin
  • Punter #6: Sam Parks
  • Punter #7: Alan Ruscoe
  • Sage Barmaid: Margaret Nolan
  • Additional Punter: Christopher Carrico
  • Additional Punter: Kent Goldfinch
  • Additional Punter: Ian Harrod
  • Additional Punter: Ian Hartley
  • Additional Punter: Luke Hope
  • Additional Punter: Daniel Maggott
  • Additional Punter: Richard O’Sullivan
  • Male Detective: Michael Jibson
  • Female Detective: Lisa McGrillis
  • Librarian: Al Roberts
  • Taxi Driver #2: Derek Lea
  • Soho Passerby (uncredited): Lati Gbaja
  • Rialto Punter (uncredited): Richard Price
  • Train Passenger (uncredited): Paul Riddell
  • Burlesque Dancer (uncredited): Katrina Vasilieva

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Tim Bevan
  • Producer: Eric Fellner
  • Makeup Designer: Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou
  • Stunts: Tina Maskell
  • Director of Photography: Jeong Jeong-hun
  • Stunts: Paul Weston
  • Story: Edgar Wright
  • Producer: Nira Park
  • Stunts: Steve Emerson
  • Sound Effects Editor: Arthur Graley
  • Casting: Nina Gold
  • Original Music Composer: Steven Price
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Oliver Curtis
  • Costume Design: Odile Dicks-Mireaux
  • Prosthetic Designer: Barrie Gower
  • Production Design: Marcus Rowland
  • Executive Producer: Ollie Madden
  • Foley Artist: Adrian Medhurst
  • Stunt Coordinator: David Forman
  • Second Unit Director: Jeremy Lovering
  • Sculptor: Colin Jackman
  • Sound Effects Editor: Samir Foco
  • Colorist: Asa Shoul
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Julian Slater
  • Editor: Paul Machliss
  • Standby Art Director: Oli van der Vijver
  • Stunts: Marcus Shakesheff
  • Supervising Art Director: Tim Blake
  • Executive Producer: James Biddle
  • Stunts: David Anders
  • Associate Producer: Leo Thompson
  • Costume Supervisor: Alex Watherston
  • Set Decoration: Judy Farr
  • Script Supervisor: Paula Casarin
  • Property Master: Adam McCreight
  • Foley Supervisor: Paul Pirola
  • Gaffer: Mark Clayton
  • Sound Designer: Ben Meechan
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Dan Morgan
  • Sound Designer: Jeremy Price
  • Stunts: Ray De-Haan
  • Unit Publicist: Stacy Mann
  • Makeup Artist: Tapio Salmi
  • Executive Producer: Rachael Prior
  • Hairstylist: Alexis Continente
  • Still Photographer: Parisa Taghizadeh
  • Casting: Martin Ware
  • Orchestrator: David Butterworth
  • Stunts: Gary Hoptrough
  • Art Direction: Katie Money
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Ellen Crawshaw
  • Researcher: Lucy Pardee
  • Stunts: Levan Doran
  • Post Production Supervisor: Miranda Jones
  • Production Sound Mixer: Colin Nicolson
  • Screenplay: Krysty Wilson-Cairns
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Thomas Proctor
  • Hairstylist: Bella Ava Georgiou
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Stephen Hutchinson
  • Hairstylist: Hanna Canfor
  • Stunt Double: William Willoughby
  • ADR Recordist: Mike Tehrani
  • Stunts: Andy Pilgrim
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Lewis Hume
  • Stunts: Tony Christian
  • First Assistant Director: Richard Graysmark
  • Key Grip: Jim Philpott
  • “A” Camera Operator: Chris Bain
  • Executive Producer: Daniel Battsek
  • Stunts: Erol Mehmet
  • Stunts: Seon Rogers
  • Location Manager: Cat Ho
  • Visual Effects Editor: Russell Pawson
  • Art Direction: Victoria Allwood
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Will Morris
  • ADR Recordist: Tristan Rose
  • Visual Effects: Chetan Gaur
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Tom Gough
  • Foley Editor: Brendan Croxon
  • Foley Recordist: Duncan Campbell
  • Concept Artist: Paul Threadgold
  • Storyboard Artist: Tracey Wilson
  • Stunts: Chris Newton
  • Stunts: Arran Topham
  • Production Coordinator: Craig Jamieson
  • Stunts: Maxine Whittaker
  • Stunts: Annabel Wood
  • Unit Production Manager: Jeremy Burnage
  • Stunts: Peter White
  • Researcher: Rebecca Cronshey
  • Production Accountant: Ana Stichini
  • Costume Coordinator: Rebecca Tredget
  • Conceptual Design: Oscar Wright
  • Stunts: Paul Bailey
  • Stunt Double: Elizabeth Donker Curtius
  • Music Supervisor: Kirsten Lane
  • Hairstylist: Nisha Aulum
  • Stunts: Matt Sherren
  • Stunts: Josie Forman
  • Wardrobe Master: Charlotte Ashworth
  • Storyboard Artist: John Greaves
  • Stunts: Dan Griffiths
  • Stunts: Robbie Keane
  • Graphic Designer: Sophie Powell
  • Storyboard Artist: Soren Bendt Aaboe Pedersen
  • Stunts: Guy List
  • Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer: William Miller
  • First Assistant Editor: Jerry Ramsbottom
  • Art Direction: Emily Norris
  • Second Assistant Director: Paul Cathie
  • ADR Recordist: Rob Searl
  • Visual Effects Producer: Danny Huerta
  • Casting Assistant: Sacha Garrett
  • Transportation Captain: Barrie Williams
  • Art Department Coordinator: Lauren Perry
  • Associate Producer: Laura Richardson
  • Stunts: Andy Godbold
  • Stunt Double: Denise Ryan
  • Assistant Location Manager: Jack Leary
  • Mix Technician: Dan Turner
  • Stunts: George Harris
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Issy Haylett
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Alankit Thapa
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Danielle Dunster
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Disha Patel
  • Visual Effects: Oliver Cordwell
  • Visual Effects Producer: Anshul Gattani
  • Visual Effects: Daniel Hazeltine
  • Visual Effects: Jamie Hearing
  • Visual Effects Producer: Karl Kuehn
  • Stunt Double: Varpu Kronholm
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Ali Youssef
  • Construction Coordinator: Sandra Waddington-Wilson
  • Choreographer: Jennifer White
  • Music Editor: Bradley Farmer
  • Stunt Double: Paul Joseph
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Archie Muller
  • Best Boy Grip: Tino Liverton
  • Assistant Property Master: Neil Hornshaw
  • Location Manager: Calum Green
  • Assistant Location Manager: Florence Cleverdon
  • Assistant Location Manager: Danny Potts
  • Production Supervisor: Lisa Curry
  • Third Assistant Director: Olivia Fitzroy
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Alistair Steele
  • First Assistant Accountant: Jordan Garland
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Jacob Stripp

Movie Reviews:

  • Manuel São Bento: FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/last-night-in-soho-spoiler-free-review

    “Last Night in Soho is incredibly captivating throughout the entire runtime, but Edgar Wright’s all-in in the insane third act is definitely going to generate a divisive response.

    Story-wise, the compelling protagonists – brilliantly interpreted by Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy – follow intriguing arcs holding unexpected revelations that ultimately make sense with the overall narrative. Stunning cinematography and production design come together to create a visually jaw-dropping 1960s London, which becomes an even more entertaining place to visit due to Steve Price’s addictive music.

    However, the last act feels a sudden hurry to tie every knot through overwhelming editing, hasty pacing, and careless transitions, which work against what the film had been until that point.

    I commend Wright’s commitment and extreme dedication to his vision, but the restraint shown previously should have also been part of the conclusion.”

    Rating: B+

  • JPV852: Not a big fan of Edgar Wright compared to some (fine filmmaker but don’t get excited when a project of his is announced; and to be fair, same really goes for Christopher Nolan as well lately), but this one does feature some good 1960s-era music and the performances from both Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy (whom I am a big fan of) were great and some fun mind-twisting scenery and visuals, though in the end felt it was fine as whole. Worthy of a watch, though. **3.5/5**
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