Release Date: 05/04/10
Halloween Night in San Francisco's famous Castro is a time for celebration and revelry. And that is exactly what three young friends are in search of but may not necessarily find in writer-director Gabriel Fleming's beautifully rendered story of reunion, desire and regret. Jasper, Mark and Lily were great high school mates. Now in their early twenties, they reunite on Halloween for a night of sex, drugs and good times. But simmering under the surface are pangs of what could have been - for the handsome, gay Mark and his roommate Lily, who were once romantically involved; and Mark and his straight and recently engaged pal Jasper, both of whom still long for each other after a short-lived, teenaged affair and who have yet to find closure. Rich in emotion, The Lost Coast tells a breathtaking and poetic tale of friendship and isolation that resonates long after the final shot. In only his second film, director Fleming brilliantly captures the nuance of youth and imparts a soulful, meaningful story with artistry, intelligence and passion. This film is by Gabriel Fleming. Special features include Director and Cast Commentary, Deleted Scenes with Director's Commentary, and 'The Lost Interview' with Director and Cast.
|Label: BREAKING GLASS|
|Run Time: 74 mins|
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