I believe that instead of Eastwood's last films, it would be better to go back a few years. Not so far back, for example, in the acclaimed romantic film Madison County Stairs starring Streep and himself, which is a different work among Eastwood films, but in the 21st century, for example, we can see the acclaimed sports drama "Dear Million Dollar." A film starring Hilary Swank and the director himself. Swank plays an avid athlete looking for the best coach to succeed. The best coach is none other than Eastwood himself, but he is no longer willing to box with anyone because of past experiences. Eventually, the two come together, but the path ahead is not easy at all, and of course, being painful will save both of them. The film is tragic, but Eastwood's directing culminates in the suspenseful drama The Mystic River. He can handle human relations well in his films, and of course his role as a mentor and Swank as a brilliant student.