Lost Coast, The

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A night of hot gay sex in a tent is the source of tension among a trio of twenty-something friends when they reunite for a San Francisco Halloween parade in this moody indie.

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DVD Features

Director And Cast Commentary
Deleted Scenes With Director's Commentary
"The Lost Interview" With Director And Cast

Information

  • Director: Gabriel Fleming
  • Producer: Gabriel Fleming
  • Writer: Gabriel Fleming
  • Length: 1 hrs. 14 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: May 04 2010
  • Added: Mar 24 2010
  • Production Year: 2008
  • TLA SKU: 1525576
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 853937002193
  • Catalog #: DV2748942

Reviews

6 Reviews for Lost Coast, The

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Review by Scott Cranin

By: Scott Cranin
In-House Review - Sep 21 2011
Artful and melancholy, The Lost Coast is a distinctly American take on a European art film. Taking inspiration from Antonioni, Truffaut and Godard, director Gabriel Fleming has created an intimate film overflowing with emotions. Friends since childho... Read More

Review by Greggy

By: Greggy
As in poorly written, poorly directed (the doofis director actually said he didn't know what his film was about!), unevenly acted, and not worth anybody's time. You will notice none of the 'reviewers' ever mentions he likes this piece of crap. Be w... Read More

Review by just a reviewer

By: just a reviewer
Writer/Director Gabriel Fleming gives us a trio of former high school mates (plus one more who's a tagalong or everyman, perhaps representing we viewers). They reconnect on a current-day Halloween night in a search for fun and drugs (and old feelings... Read More

Review by Garlic Toe

By: Garlic Toe
Very boring and drawn out; the most interesting parts of the movie were in the deleted scenes.

Review by Marty

By: Marty
A plot that can be described in 30 seconds stretched into 74 minutes - half of which are filled with still shots of the California coastline. "Artful" maybe. But in this case "Melancholy" is a 10-letter euphemism for "boring."

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"The Lost Coast"

A Quiet Character Study

Amos Lassen

Jasper who is straight, his best friend Mark who is gay and Lily, a straight girl took a trip to the north of California where nature ruled. The three high school s... Read More

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