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The Sunrise of The Last Sunset: La Vendetta dell’Orbo Site « The last Sunset: A short Film by William Wolfe

The Sunrise of The Last Sunset: La Vendetta dell’Orbo Site

Willie The Wolf - November 10, 2009


Today we inagurate the site for The Last Sunset: La Vendetta dell’Orbo.


The Last Sunset: La Vendetta dell’Orbo is a Student Project written and Directed by the spanish director William Wolffe, student of the New York Film Academy @ Universal Studios, Los Angeles.

This Short Movie is a homage to the Spaghetti Westerns Shooted in the 60’s in Spain, usually directed by Italians, like the director Sergio Leone. Spaghetti Westerns depicts an exaggerated and rough American west where Money and Vengeance are the main themes. A world ruled by Tough Men where even the “good guy” is mean and rude.

Shot During 4 days in Santa Clarita (California) and with a budget under $5,000,  is an accomplished Thesis of a 1st year of the Master in Filmmaking at NYFA.

It counts with the great performances of Chris Moss and Sam LaFrance in the lead roles, as the caracters Sullivan and Magruder, and an original score by Scot Irvine.

The action takes place after the American Civil War where a lot of men tryed to find their place, even through the darkest ways. Sullivan and Magruder, Ex associates and Ex Friends have to cooperate to survive to the desert and the dangers they find there in order to reach the Mexican border town Fuente Florida to split the Gold of their last job as a team, but the lack of trust will lead them to a continuous confrontation, breaking forever that link of the past.


Comments (3)

  1. Jango on November 10, 2009 at 10:27 am

    Finally the blog is Online & running! Lets check everything works….

  2. CHaRLie on February 28, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    Para cuando una copia en DVD??? Lo quiero

  3. Gorgoroth on August 12, 2010 at 5:41 pm

    Hoygan m puedn dzir dnd bajr sta peli???? grazias de hantebrazo.


    Un saludo.

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