The Last Eve

The Last Eve

The Last Eve
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The Last Eve
Directed by Young Man Kang
Produced by Young Man Kang
Written by Young Man Kang
Starring Bruce Khan
Reuben Langdon
Tim Colceri
Kelley Hamilton
Jourdan Lee Koo
Editing by Mark Crutch
Distributed by Vanguard Cinema
Release date(s)
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English, Korean

The Last Eve is a 2005 action film directed by Young Man Kang, a Korean-born filmmaker who made his U.S. directing debut Cupid's Mistake (2001).


This film is journeying backwards through history while telling, re-telling and re-imagining the story of Adam and Eve. This film consists of three contrasting tales Eve's Secret, Cain and Abel and Snake's Temptation, which reveal the dark tragedies at the heart of all romance, the temptations of the flesh and the spirit, the loss of innocence.

Production and release

The Last Eve was shot in Death Valley, Los Angeles Korea town and South Korea. It took 2 years to complete the film. Amazingly choreographed martial arts sequence created by three action teams from Hollywood, Hong Kong and South Korea combine into the production. Hollywood, Korean-American director Young Man Kang, martial arts champion Bruce Khan from Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung's action team, Reuben Langdon and stunt members of Californian martial art stunt team ZeroGravity (stunt team).
South Korean martial arts choreographers Eung Jun Lee and his stunt team of Volcano High (Korean: 화산고, Hwasango) 2001 South Korean film.
This film has won the Best Action Feature film Award at the 2005 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.


The Last Eve at the Film Threat the 10 Best Unseen Films of 2005 [1] Phil Hall of Film Threat, reviewing it "this can be described as the world’s first avant-garde theological martial arts love story. Taking the story of Western civilization’s first eviction recipients and spinning it across a bizarre variety of unlikely landscapes, the immensely gifted filmmaker Young Man Kang has brought forth a production which is so astonishing and original than it is impossible to compare it to anything that has ever been made." [2]

This film released on DVD on August 26, 2008 by Vanguard Cinema

Awards and honors

  • New York B Movie Film Festival:
    1. Best Cinematography (Young Man Kang)


External links

  • Internet Movie Database