Jeremy Stanton (Cain), an ordinary man, makes an extraordinary mistake.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Judy, Operator
Edward James Archer
Cora Stanton
Chester Gould
Griffin Armstorff ...
Tyler Stanton
Gas Station Attendant
Old Woman
Maloney / Jerry
Jonathan Bell ...
Bank Robber #2
Taylor Boggan ...
Young Jeremy's Father

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While traveling from Green Lawn, California, to meet his wife and son in Red Ridge, Nevada, the driver Jeremy Stanton gets lost in a secondary road through the desert following an old edition of the Road-Aid Travel Guide maps. He calls the Road-Aid operator Judy, who tries to give directions to her client. Meanwhile, the police are chasing the criminals that have committed a bank heist in California. When Jeremy's Mercedes Benz runs out of gas, he finds an isolated gas station in the middle of nowhere that accepts cash-only. When Jeremy opens the truck of his car, he brings out a bag full of money, disclosing the reason for his road-trip. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When you are lost, a wrong turn can change everything See more »

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

2 April 2007 (Australia)  »

Also Known As:

Lost - Sem Saída  »

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Jeremy arrives at the Dead End sign the second time and sees the deceased cop, the lighting in the film jumps from full sun to sunset and back again. Soon afterwards, it begins to rain although no clouds were apparent, and it is still daytime even though sunset had been shown. See more »


Edward James Archer: [to Jeremy Stanton on his cellphone] Hey, Frog, you ever think the reason I haven't found you yet is because I like to watch you run?
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Lost is Anything But ...
6 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As one of the four hundred people lucky enough to be present at the premier of this movie, I can honestly say it was one of the best psychological thrillers I've seen in years. This is a breakout performance for Dean Cain who, up to this point, has had to struggle to overcome the typecasting that comes with portraying a superhero (Lois and Clark, The New Adventures of Superman, 1993-97).

Lost is, as a previous review stated, PHONE BOOTH in a car. Cain fans will be pleased to know that 99% of the movie is All-Dean, All the Time. The range of emotion the actor shows is phenomenal and adds fantastic characterization to what could easily gone the other way and been boring if not done correctly. Writer Lemke has done a great job of keeping us on the edge of our seats. If there were anything bad to be said about the movie, it might have been that it started a bit slowly. However, that's been corrected and the first five minutes retooled. When this film reaches theaters, it will be worthy of recognition in the award department.

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