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  • Rochelle Junot

    The Last King of Scotland - Rotten Tomatoes Director Kevin MacDonald teams with screenwriter Jeremy Brock to adapt Giles Foden's novel detailing the brutal reign of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin as seen through the eyes of his personal physician. James McAvoy stars as the doctor who slowly realizes that he is trapped in an inescapable nightmare, and Forest Whitaker assumes the role of the notorious despot.

  • Calvin Simpson

    The Last King of Scotland (2006) - This is a story based on the events of the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin's brutal regime from the POV of his personal physician during the 1970s. Forest Whitaker is the embodiment of Idi Amin--and took home the Oscar for Best Actor. Another movie that is not easy to watch, but worthwhile to see. Great film. Bravura performances.

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    #KevinMacdonald 2006

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