The Lost Coast (2008)

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Director/screenwriter Gabriel Fleming (One Thousand Years) explores the subtleties of loneliness, friendship, and sexuality with this tale of two high school friends who are forced to face their unspoken sexual history while wandering the streets of San Francisco on Halloween night.
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NR
Genre:
Drama
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Audience Reviews for The Lost Coast

I forgot how much more i love independent cinema as opposed to most of the gloss of major studio movies.

Shaun Sibley
Shaun Sibley
½

To say nothing happens in The Lost Coast is incorrect. A fair amount happens, albeit it very slowly and without any real meaning. What would be correct to say is that this is an indie movie which feels very "insider-y," as if the events here were ripped from real life and transplanted onto the screen in a screenwriting class assignment. The film has the need to tell the audience what is going to happen next by showing one of the main characters writing an e-mail explaining the events of the night. It's slightly insulting, to be honest, even if it's just designed to show the passage of time. What is the endgame here? Is this supposed to change the relationship between the three main characters? We don't know because, I suspect, the film doesn't know either. It simply ends as a mish mash of scenes from one night in their lives. But I have to ask: who cares?

Jason Vargo
Jason Vargo
½

Dull meandering so called drama during which nothing much of note happens except the viewer glazes over with boredom. Watch something else.

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