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

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Judy, Operator
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Cora Stanton
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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 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 »

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Edward James Archer: [to Jeremy Stanton on his cellphone] There's nowhere you can run where I can't follow.
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low budget
13 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

If you enjoy watching footage of someone driving around in the desert you'll love this movie. Lowest budget film I've ever seen. I could afford to make this movie and I'm currently unemployed. The plot fails for a movie script IMO. It might work as the basis for a short story which may be where it originated. The classic film starring Dennis Weaver comes to mind, the one where he is chased in his car by a lunatic truck driver. That film worked. There was constant suspense and many episodes of contact/conflict between weaver and the unknown truck driver. Lost falls flat because of the lack of interaction between the main character and the man chasing him.


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