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"Lost" The End (2010)

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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
23 May 2010 (Season 6, Episode 17)
Plot:
Locke searches for Desmond to achieve his goal of destroying the island. Jack, the newly-appointed "protector" of the island, sets out to stop him. In Los Angeles, the survivors slowly reunite and recall their island experiences. | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Episode Crew
Directed by
Jack Bender 
 
Writing credits
Jeffrey Lieber (creator) and
J.J. Abrams (creator) &
Damon Lindelof (creator)

Damon Lindelof (written by) &
Carlton Cuse (written by)

Produced by
J.J. Abrams .... executive producer
Jack Bender .... executive producer
Bryan Burk .... executive producer
Carlton Cuse .... executive producer
Ra'uf Glasgow .... producer
Jean Higgins .... co-producer
Adam Horowitz .... executive producer
Melinda Hsu Taylor .... producer
Edward Kitsis .... executive producer
Damon Lindelof .... executive producer
Greggory Nations .... co-producer
Noreen O'Toole .... associate producer
Elizabeth Sarnoff .... executive producer
Richard Peter Schroer .... co-producer
Samantha Thomas .... co-producer
Paul Zbyszewski .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Giacchino 
 
Cinematography by
John S. Bartley (director of photography) (as John Bartley)
 
Film Editing by
Mark Goldman  (as Mark J. Goldman)
Christopher Nelson 
Stephen Semel 
Henk Van Eeghen 
 
Casting by
April Webster 
 
Production Design by
Zack Grobler 
 
Art Direction by
Matthew C. Jacobs 
Scott Meehan 
 
Set Decoration by
Carol Bayne Kelley 
 
Costume Design by
Roland Sanchez 
 
Makeup Department
Jeff Dawn .... makeup artist
Steve LaPorte .... makeup department head
Doreen F. Schultz .... department head hair stylist
 
Production Management
Mary Courtney .... unit production manager
Jamie Kaye Wheeler .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Noga Isackson .... first assistant director (part one)
Joyce McCarthy .... second assistant director
Richard Peter Schroer .... first assistant director
Wainani Young-Tomich .... second assistant director (as Wainani Young Tomich)
 
Art Department
Troy Arakaki .... greens foreman
Robert Scott Kyker .... property master (as Rob Kyker)
Jeff Angelo .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Chris Barnes .... lead painter (uncredited)
Don Bracken .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Michael Crowe .... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Jason Gregg .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sean Hallock .... leadman (uncredited)
John Herbert .... painter (uncredited)
Craig K. Lewis .... set decorations shopper/buyer (uncredited)
Jacob Standley .... construction auditor (uncredited)
James Van Houten .... lead sculptor (uncredited)
Kelly Westmiller .... set dresser (uncredited)
Liloa Wong .... lead greensman (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Robert J. Anderson Jr. .... production sound mixer (as Robert Anderson)
Adam De Coster .... foley artist
Thomas DeGorter .... supervising sound editor (as Thomas E. deGorter)
Paula Fairfield .... sound designer
Paula Fairfield .... sound effects editor
Frank Morrone .... re-recording mixer
Carla Murray .... sound designer
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor
Christopher B. Reeves .... sound editor
Joseph Schultz .... sound editor (as Joe Schultz)
Scott Weber .... re-recording mixer
Ken King .... production sound mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Archie Ahuna .... special effects supervisor (as Archie K. Ahuna)
Eric Frazier .... special effects foreman (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Adam Avitabile .... visual effects supervisor
Melinka Thompson-Godoy .... visual effects producer
Mariana Acuña Acosta .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Seth Brower .... compositor: Look FX (uncredited)
Michael Capton .... 3D supervisor (uncredited)
Christian Cardona .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Michael Degtjarewsky .... digital effects supervisor (uncredited)
Pallavi Devabhaktuni .... digital compositor: LookFX (uncredited)
Kelly Fischer .... compositor: Look Effects (uncredited)
Ilan Gabai .... effects technical director (uncredited)
Jim Gorman .... compositor (uncredited)
Joseph Hayden .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Daniel Molina .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tarah Paige .... stunt double: Evangeline Lilly
Michael Trisler .... stunt coordinator
Zack Duhame .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark Rayner .... stunt double: Terry O'Quinn (uncredited)
Tim Soergel .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Adcock .... camera operator: "a" camera
Mark Kalaugher .... chief lighting technician (as Mark 'Kiwi' Kalaugher)
Mike Schwake .... key grip (as Michael Schwake)
Torry Tukuafu .... camera operator
Norman Akau .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Bill Draheim .... grip (uncredited)
Michael Romano .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Veronica Collins .... casting (as Veronica Collins Rooney)
Rachel Sutton .... casting: Hawaii (as Rachel W. Sutton)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anthony J. Scarano .... costume supervisor (as Anthony Scarano)
 
Editorial Department
Chris Braun .... assistant editor (as Chris 'John' Braun)
Clay Cambern .... assistant editor
David Eisenberg .... assistant editor
Brandon King .... post-production coordinator
Lance Stubblefield .... assistant editor
Johnny Kirkwood .... final colorist (uncredited)
Eric Levin-Hatz .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Alex Levy .... music editor
Frank Macchia .... music preparation
Aaron Meyer .... music preparation
Ben Leathers .... recordist (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Kelsey Chock .... production staff
Jessica Cole .... talent coordinator (as Jess Cole)
Tiffany Crowe .... production staff
Diane Frauenholz .... script supervisor
Jim Galasso .... production staff
Christina Garner .... production staff
Gina Hendrick .... production accountant
Thornton Lukela .... production staff (as Thornton P.K. Lukela)
Roger Nakamine .... production staff
Kelly Nass .... production coordinator (as Kelly D. Nass)
Stockton David Porter .... production assistant
Ryan Quigley .... production staff
Graham Roland .... story editor
Joelle-Lyn Sarte .... production staff (as Joelle Sarte)
Alyse Thomson .... production staff
Shawn Boyachek .... location manager (uncredited)
Brian Evans .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Troy Manandic .... photo double (uncredited)
Brigid O'Connell .... production assistant (uncredited)
Spencer Turley .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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105 min | Denmark:110 min (without commercials) | Germany:101 min
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Trivia:
Like the rest of season finales in Lost, this was a double episode set to run for 80 minutes, but Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse asked ABC to grant them more time to finish plots properly.See more »
Quotes:
James 'Sawyer' Ford:[after his food gets stuck in a vending machine, Juliet catches him reaching into it] It's okay, I'm a cop.
Juliet Burke:Then why don't you read the machine its rights?
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Movie Connections:
Featured in TV's Most Unforgettable Finales (2011) (TV)See more »
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190 out of 290 people found the following review useful.
Lost will Forever be Unforgettable, 24 May 2010
Author: ajaymittal from United Kingdom

In answering questions, in being action-packed, in being both romantic and reminiscent; "The End" truly succeeds in satisfying all the needs of us increasingly- demanding fans. It could be said that this episode was actually made for the people.

Almost every key character plays a part in what can only be described as an emotionally draining finale – one that is orchestrated to near perfection, with the exception of a couple of (quite understandably) rushed scenes. Any speck of below-par direction is well and fully compensated by outstanding close-up acting, as we are able to appreciate the stars of Lost on the very top of their game.

This brilliant extended episode confirmed that Lost was not only a show based on the characters but also one that was defined by the intimate bonds between these characters; whether it was the romantic bond between James and Juliette or the rivalrous one between John and Jack. With these two specific relationships, we witness romance and rivalry blossom into love and respect. Indeed it was love that dominated as the overriding theme of this episode and ultimately proving to be the essence of the story as a whole.

The story itself doesn't disappoint either as we are given answers to the most pressing of questions whilst we are kept wondering over the bigger picture. John Locke (the English philosopher) once said, "It is of great use to the sailor to know the length of his line, though he cannot with it fathom all the depths of the ocean." In one sense, Lost gave us the length of the line, but not the depths of the ocean.

Of course without Lost's mystique and inscrutability, we (as fans) will lose our lifelong license to theorise, speculate and debate! This said, Lost attempts to place the audience in the position of a few of the characters – who, like us, are full of questions and perilously frustrated with the Island. These characters may remain in the dark but are at last content with where/when they are.

Most fans will be in mourning as we begin referring to Lost in the past tense but if there is anything we can learn from the greatest TV show ever to be created, it's that to let go is never to forget. Lost will forever be unforgettable.

The End - 10/10.

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