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The Last Tourist



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright64%
IMDb Rating7.210261

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928.89 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 20 / 84
1.68 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 20 / 95

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Reviewed by Geekfreak139 / 10


I was in tears through half this documentary. I feel for all the people and animals.

I have an acquaintance, cruises a lot, she wears blinders when in another country unless it is a first world country.

When it comes to the developing countries, her response is "why do I care, I do not live here".

She is probably, like a lot of tourists from the US, why do they not speak American, and conform to my lifestyle.

I am from the Caribbean, I know what happens in they countries.

I plan to share this documentary to all my friends and family. If one person can remove their blinders, you have been successful with this documentary.

Reviewed by paul-allaer8 / 10

Urgent plea for more equitable and sustainable tourism

As "The Last Tourist" (2021 release; 100 min) opens, we are introduced to the dark side of mass tourism: overcrowded beached; trash everywhere, and oh, masses and masses of people. And that's just for starters. The production team then exposes the really bad stuff: in Kenya, out of every dollar spent by tourists, only 14 cents remains in the country. In other words: 86% is retrieved by airlines, foreign-owned hotels, etc. And we haven't even gotten to the animal abuse and the orphanage tourism...

Couple of comments: this is the feature-length debut of director Tyson Sadler. Filmed mostly pre-COVID, the film is nothing short of an urgent plea for more equitable and sustainable tourism going forward. Why I think I had a good understanding of the concept of "sustainable" tourism going in, the concept of "equitable" tourism is something I had never given much though about. The shocking statistic of how little the growing numbers of tourists benefit the local population was truly an eye-opener for me. Please note that the film contains scenes of heartbreak and even shock, so this is not for the faint of heart. But its message is so darned important an on point. I know that the next time I plan an international trip, I will ask some pointed questions.

"The Last Tourist" opened last year in the film festival circuit to unanimous critical acclaim, and there is good reason why this film is currently rate 100% certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. It recently premiered on Hulu, which is where I caught it. If you like a good documentary or have any interest in international tourism, I'd readily suggest you check thus out, and draw your own conclusion.

Reviewed by andykidd999 / 10

Very entertaining and informative

Beautiful shot documentary that shines a sobering light on the cost of our love of travelling. An important documentary that should be seen by everyone regardless of how frequent a traveller they are.

A number of memorable characters.

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