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Last Stop in Yuma County film image; nervous waitress holds plate of rolls

The Last Stop in Yuma County

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It’s the last gas for 200 miles. Except this morning, the fuel truck hasn’t shown up, so there’s no gas at all. Half a dozen travellers have no choice but to wait it out in the diner next door: a salesman (Jim Cummings), an elderly couple on vacation, a local who likes to shoot the shit with the waitress (Jocelin Donahue) even though she’s married to the local sheriff… and two bank robbers just itching to get the hell out of Yuma. Francis Galluppi’s sun-baked neo-noir harks back to Reservoir Dogs and Red Rock West: it’s clammy (the air-con is out), mean, and it takes no prisoners.

The Last Stop In Yuma County tells a simple story but does so in an extraordinary way. It’s a film you won’t forget for a long, long time.

Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film


Francis Galluppi


Jim Cummings, Jocelin Donahue, Sierra McCormick, Nicholas Logan, Michael Abbott Jr., Connor Paolo

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90 min

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Francis Galluppi


Mac Fisken


Francis Galluppi

Original Music

Matthew Compton

Production Design

Charlie Textor

Art Director

Adam Gascho

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