"A first feature which delivers a scathing portrait of a success-obsessed society whose members mostly don‘t live up to their promise, especially in their own estimation."
"An often Excruciating tragedy-laced dramedy"
"An impressive feature debut for director/co-writer Lukas Nathrath. Handled with sensitivity and nuance"
„A highly enjoyable, highly entertaining chamber drama.“
“One Last Evening has a baby-Vinterberg plot trajectory, with Philip Jestädt's panning camerawork taking in the night's journey from cordiality to acrimony.“
„Marvelous… The direction of the actors is exceptional… Focusing effectively on the crisis ofour immediate present"
"One Last Evening finds the right balance between biting wickedness, slapstick comedy and a sufficient dose of humanity."
“Funny, precise, almost sociologically accurate...”
“It's great fun - and yet it's noticeably melancholic.”
"Each laugh and cringe is earned, and in the end you get the impression you did spend time with these people and understood most of them.“
"The classic dinner table scene will go down in history as the little brother of the one from Thomas Vinterberg's Festen"
"Gloating reigns supreme in the deliberately uncomfortable Last Evening"
"Clemens is masterfully played by Sebastian Doppelbauer."
"A roller coaster of emotions."
"Dreams of the future and ghosts of the past collide in conversations and lead to unprecedented outbursts."
"Wry and comic, relatable and absurd."
"It's an acid-sweet raid."
"Nathrath keeps the tone light and enjoyably chaotic."
"A nice balance between modesty and drama, thanks to a rock-solid screenplay and extraordinary acting"
"A clever, well-acted and empathetic film."
"Hits just the right tone."
"The acting of all actors is as solid as a rock."
"Last Evening searches for a place under the skin and doesn't bore for a second."