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The Lost Face (2001)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Mystery | 15 May 2001 (USA)
Haunted by images, "deja vu", Karen Gold wanders through her life, finally guided by Mark Blackhawk, her broker's advice as he places her into destiny hands.

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Mark BlackHawk
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Karen Gold
Daniel Curtin ...
David
Amber Alison ...
Artist Sister
Glenn Stewart ...
Carlos
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Sharon
Hunter David ...
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Jackson David ...
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Haunted by images, "deja vu", Karen Gold wanders through her life, finally guided by Mark Blackhawk, her broker's advice as he places her into destiny hands.

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Don't true your broker?


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$21,000 (estimated)
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The semi-circular scar over Carson Grant's left eyebrow was inflicted by the lens of a 16 mm Bolex camera in the hands of Emad Beshay during a hand-held move-in close-up, but while still bleeding he finished the shot. See more »

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A Skilled Director on the Road
12 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was lucky to have the chance to watch the movie "The Lost Face" of the Director and Writer: Emad Beshay. Every scene, background, camera-focusing, cast choices proved a great Director efforts. I really impressed of highly-techniques used in that movie. The events-sequence, adequate locations-choice, the degradation of the movie music were wonderful. I really enjoyed the story too. That movie "The Lost Face" let you stare and follow from the beginning until the end, would deserve to watch more than once. No doubt about the great success that resulting of more than five minutes of "standing and hands-clapping" people who watched the movie. I highly recommend the skilled Director for future movies and Good luck.


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