Last Embrace is a 1979 American neo-noir thriller film directed by Jonathan Demme. Based on the novel The 13th Man by Murray Teigh Bloom, it stars Roy Scheider and Janet Margolin, telling the story of a woman who takes the role similar to the biblical avenger Goel and killing the descendants of the Zwi Migdal, who enslaved her grandmother.
In a Mexican cantina across the border from El Paso, Texas, government agent Harry Hannan is romancing his wife, Dorothy, when he observes an informant he is supposed to meet in a few days. Realizing he is about to be attacked, he shoves his wife to the ground and starts shooting at the informant's companions who return fire and flee the restaurant. Dorothy is killed in the attack, and he suffers a nervous breakdown. Harry spends five months in a Connecticut sanitarium before being released.
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|theme||neo-noir psychological thriller|