The Last of the Mohicans: A Must-Watch Adventure Film

The Last of the Mohicans: A Must-Watch Adventure Film

Table Of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. The Storyline
  3. The Characters
  4. The Appeal
  5. How to Watch


The main character learned how to skin animals and alone the set of a fort in the wilderness cost $6 million . For his adventure film The last of the Mohicans shied away Michael Mann (Heat) neither cost nor effort. The historical story was released in cinemas in 1992 and has a strong average rating of 7 points in the Fmovies community and is one of the best representatives of the genre from the 90s. Why this adventure film is worth watching on TV today you can read here.

The Storyline

The story of The Last of the Mohicans goes back to the novel of the same name by James Fenimore Cooper, which was published in 1826. She belongs to the Leather stocking cycle about a white man who grows up among a tribe of North American natives and has numerous adventures with his brother, the Mohican Chingachgook. The Leatherstocking Stories have been filmed several times, including in the GDR Gojko Mitic.

In Mann’s adaptation, we travel to the year 1757, a time when North America was a battlefield of colonial interests. Great Britain and France were fighting for dominance, using alliances with local tribes. Nathaniel Poe, also known as Hawkeye (played by Daniel Day-Lewis), wants to stay away from both fronts. However, he is drawn into the conflict when he meets the daughters of Colonel Munro.

The Characters and Crew


  • Main: Hawkeye, Cora Munro, Alice Munro, Uncas, Chingachgook, Magua, Colonel Munro
  • Supporting: Major Duncan Heyward, David Gamut, Captain Montcalm, General Webb

Crew (of the 1992 film adaptation):

  • Director: Michael Mann
  • Screenplay: Christopher Crowe, John Briley
  • Producer: Michael Mann, James G. Robinson
  • Music: Trevor Jones
  • Cinematography: Dante Spinotti
  • Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis (Hawkeye), Madeleine Stowe (Cora Munro), Wes Studi (Magua), Jodhi May (Alice Munro), Russell Means (Chingachgook), Eric Schweig (Uncas), Maurice Roëves (Colonel Munro)

The Appeal: The Last of the Mohicans

Wes Studi plays Magua, a great and frightening villain whose toughness fuels the basic tension of the film. The Last of the Mohicans is an adventure film with several great love stories, natural panoramas and fateful decisions. Nothing is glossed over, as this adventure takes place in the middle of a war. Personal ambition, hurt feelings and vindictiveness mix in a whirlpool of colonial interests from world powers. The trick of director Michael Mann and his team is that this mixture works, so that the extreme brutality of a Magua and the romance of the Munro sisters go hand in hand in this slim 108 minute running time.

How to Watch: The Last of the Mohicans on TV

Arte is showing the adventure film today, February 25th, from 8:15 p.m. A repeat is not planned.

By the way, Michael Mann’s next film will not be released in cinemas. Ferrari with Adam Driver will be released on Amazon Prime Video on March 1st.

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