The Last Of The Mohicans (1992)


(out of 5)

Bold, thrilling adventure adapted from the novel by James Fenimore Cooper. Michael Mann’s perfectionism once again yields a cinematic gem, an impeccably photographed tale of strife between warring countries and their lust for domination over North America. As the British and French battle it out for power, a white man adopted by the Mohican tribe () takes the daughter of a British general () and her younger sister () under his protection. Day-Lewis makes an exciting and appealing action hero, while Stowe’s classic beauty and intelligence contribute to much of the film’s elegance.

Morgan Creek Entertainment

USA, 1992

Directed by

Screenplay by Michael Mann, , based on the 1936 screenplay by , adaptation by , , ,  and the novel by

Cinematography by

Produced by , Michael Mann

Music by ,

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by ,

Academy Awards 1992

Golden Globe Awards 1992

The Last Of The Mohicans


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