Bert: The Last Virgin (Swedish: Bert – den siste oskulden) is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 1995, based on the Bert Diaries by Anders Jacobsson and Sören Olsson. It introduces new characters to the Bert Universe and uses actors like Martin Andersson and Cajsalisa Ejemyr. The film was recorded between 27 March - 2 June 1995 in Solna, Vällingby and Kärrtorp Secondary School in Kärrtorp. The film was rated 7 in Sweden
Funnyman filmmaker Carl Reiner, who put Steve Martin, George Burns and John Candy through their comedic paces in one hit movie after another, strikes again with this warmly outrageous musical comedy. The title role gives dazzling Robert Lindsay (Hornblower, Jericho) a screen-debuting showcase that followed his virtuoso award-winning London/Broadway stage turn in Me and My Girl. His coal miner/wannabe movie star Bert Rigby is all-singing, all-dancing, all-laughing as he delivers dead-on impersonations of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin—plus delivers pizza, trims trees and copes uproariously with other “between-acting” jobs that plague Tinseltown hopefuls. The Reiner/Lindsay teamwork is a light-footed lark that you’d be a fool to miss.