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Dave Killion — February 7, 2011

When Pete’s car breaks down, he gets a lift back to the home he shares with four other liberal postgraduate students from a passerby whom he invites to stay for dinner. The passerby turns out to be a racist, misogynist, anti-semitic, evangelical, homophobic, hyper-patriot. That is, a conservative. Naturally, he is also a psychopath who threatens the life of one of the residents, and winds up getting killed. The group decides not only that they will hide the killing, but that killing a conservative was actually a good thing to do. And if killing one conservative is good, then killing even more conservatives… well, I don’t want to spoil it for you.

“The Last Supper” is a fun film, if only to watch the parade of stereotypical conservative victims, but it turns out to be less a liberal fantasy than a study of self-deceipt and rationalization. I recommend it to viewers of all political persuasions.

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