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Six teenage friends take a camping trip to a forest which is the site of a presumed historic murder. But their disbelief in this urban legend is soon changed when strange happenings begin to occur to each of them.
Alexis Jayne Defoe
Three soldiers find themselves lost in a seemingly endless forest on enemy soil as World War Two rages around them. Slowly the men run out of food and water, and then slowly lose their senses, turning on one another and fighting for their lives. Private Scott struggles to understand the will of the forest and escape the madness. Written by
2006's "The Lost" was quickly lost all right, amidst at least two identical titles that appeared at roughly the same time. It really does look like it was shot in 48 hours, and the viewing is just as difficult for audiences as it is for the weary characters endlessly trudging along on screen. Wearing its antiwar theme on its heavy handed sleeve, the filmmakers even utilize a 1991 recording titled "No White Plains," voiced by the legendary Peter Cushing O.B.E., but sadly failed to use it until the final moments of its 72 minute running time. Rarely does an actor receive additional credits posthumously, but 12 years after Cushing's passing, this had to be considered a crass attempt to publicize a commercial venture of little merit.
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