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Lost Things (2003)

Four teenagers escape to a deserted beach for a weekend of discovery, only to find that their dreams turn into nightmares





Cast overview:
Lenka Kripac ...
Charlie Garber ...
Alexandra Vaughan ...
Tracey (as Alex Vaughan)

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The teenagers Gary (Leon Ford), Brad (Chalie Garber), Emily (Lenka Kripac) and Tracey (Alex Vaughan) travel in a Kombi to a desert paradisiacal beach and spend the weekend together, the boys expecting to surf and have sex with the girls. When they arrive, they meet the older Zippo (Steve Le Marquand), and they have the sensation of Déjà vu with weird events, feeling that they had previously been in that place. Along the Saturday, they see that they are actually trapped in a nightmare. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A weekend to remember.


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, some violent content and sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »




Release Date:

4 September 2003 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Efialtiki nyhta  »

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Technical Specs


Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Emily: [Tracey has taken off her bikini top] Are you going to...?
Tracey: What?
Emily: You know... with Gary.
Tracey: No! But I'm not going to tell him that.
Emily: Are you a tease?
Tracey: Well... why not? If they don't think they're going to get any, they're not interested, and as soon as you give it to them they want to drop you. Why not have a little tease?
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Surprisingly clever - and confusing - enigma
8 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

At first sight, "Lost Things" appears to be just another Hollywood-wannabe horror film with Australian accents, but there is more here than first meets the eye. This film is more "supernatural horror" than "teenage slasher". Although I pretty much guessed the general direction the plot was going halfway through, the ride to get there was still edge-of-your-seat stuff. Out of the four central characters, the two girls are unconventionally pretty and wonderfully full-figured, and the two boys are fairly likable (although, as someone else already mentioned, casting two young blond actors who look so much alike was perhaps a mistake). The guy who plays Zippo (no, not Zeppo Marx) is well-cast. On the whole, "Lost Things" is a film that makes you interested in seeing more work in this genre by the same people. (***)

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