Last Night in Soho

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.

  • Released: 2021-10-21
  • Runtime: 117 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Horror, Thrillers
  • Stars: Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Terence Stamp, Diana Rigg, Synnøve Karlsen, Rita Tushingham, Lisa McGrillis, Michael Jibson, Andrew Bicknell, Michael Ajao, Colin Mace, Oliver Phelps, Jessie Mei Li, Lee Byford, Will Rogers, Will Rowlands, Margaret Nolan, Katrina Vasilieva, Kassius Nelson, Georgie Banks, Rebecca Harrod, Sam Parks, Connor Calland, Nick Owenford, Josh Zaré, Adam Sopp, Nina Kumar, Maud Druine, Joakim Skarli, Lati Gbaja, Georgina Frances Hart, Barbara Orti, Richard Price, Paul Riddell, Grace Binford Sheene, Jacob Trup, Morgan Bull, Sam Claflin, Elizabeth Berrington, Pauline McLynn, Aimée Cassettari, Alan Mahon, Jacqui-Lee Pryce, James Phelps, Beth Singh, Paul Brightwell, Will Rogers, Terence Frisch, Celeste Dring, Jeanie Wishes, Richard Corgan, Michael Mears, Tom Hartwell, Paul Hamilton, Wayne Cater, Alan Ruscoe, Christopher Carrico, Kent Goldfinch, Ian Harrod, Ian Hartley, Luke Hope, Daniel Maggott, Richard O'Sullivan, Al Roberts, Derek Lea, Al Roberts
  • Director: Edgar Wright
  • omarmazin - 11 January 2023
    Typical but no typical
    You know a movie is good when you don't check your phone the whole time and that's what happened to me with LNIS.

    The movie is pretty to look at . "neon signs are pretty" indeed. You never know where it's going. Is it about mental illness? Is it psychological horror? Is it your typical horror movie? Is it a crime mystery? Well it's all of that. Unlike some other people I liked both halves of the movie. Because the movie was always changing and I never got bored because of that. Every act is different which overcomes the "clicheness" of it. And Edgar Write style, talent and the performance of every one is a big plus too.
  • lukejackson1111 - 12 December 2022
    WOW! That is all.
    That was a journey. I was completely taken by so many aspects of this film, the cinematography, the lighting, the music etc..

    The attention to detail is stunning, the storyline is totally unique and surprisingly easy to follow. The cast is great with a particular nod to Thomasin McKenzie and Anna Taylor-Joy!

    The scenes seamlessly blend into one another, from the present day to the 60s and back again and there were some idée fixe (recurring themes) present in the movie which I always love e.g. When the red light flashes, we know she's going back to the 60s. Just a visually beautiful movie from start to finish with a splash of humour, a good drop of thriller and a very catchy storyline.