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The rules are simple; Kill your opponent, stay at the top of the leader board and win £10 million. Fail and you're dead.

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Vicky Connett ...
S J (as Victoria Connett)
Sophie Mercer ...
Blair
Mark Gera ...
Quincy
Ian Curley ...
Kaiser
Clay Whitter ...
Doug
Barry Phillips ...
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Bosnian Butcher
Paul Irwin ...
Runner
Paul Newbery ...
Director
Gemma Deerfield ...
Reality-TV Director
David Edward-Robertson ...
Cameraman (as David Robertson)
Rick Carter ...
Soundguy
Kelly Efthymiou ...
Lawyer
Laura Littlewood ...
Tara Malone
Jermaine Curtis Liburd ...
Tyson Brown
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Heavily influenced by true events of occupy movements and protests across the world over the past 3 years, The Lost Generation portrays a very entertaining yet relevant depiction of our current media and society. We are invited to follow reality TV star SJ - the inspirational female lead, on an epic fight for survival in a dystopian presentation of our present-day world. The Lost Generation exists in a world governed by a corrupt media who have the police and government in their pocket. Able to scandalize the government through mass surveillance, the media creates propaganda on how to live a life - and leaves desperate civilians in its wake. But there is hope. They are called The Unknown. Written by Mark Ashmore

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11 November 2013 (UK)  »

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Sgt. Davies: Are you ready for your next one?
S J: I've got to stay in the top three.
Sgt. Davies: We'll have to make it a little bit more exciting then, won't we?
Sgt. Davies: What do you suggest?
S J: A knife. Up close and personal.
[he peruses a selection of knives]
S J: Kitchen knife - that'd do the job but a little bit too hard to conceal. Meat cleaver? Maybe a bit too messy. This is my favourite: The Royal Marine Commando dagger. My granddad used this on the beaches at Normandy. And me dad used it in the Falklands. And I've even used it in ...
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Unwatchable
25 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Although the premise of this movie (girl enters game show and must fight to the death) was promising and the plot rather reminiscent of The Hunger Games, its shoddy camera work, terrible sound track and unattractive characters made it entirely unappealing. It was impossible to watch even half of this atrocious film. The main character (SJ) lacks even basic intelligence or charm (or in fact any desirable character trait at all), and yet the audience is clearly meant to empathise with her and root for her ultimate success. It seems reasonable to conclude that the only individuals who will rave about this film are those for whom corrugated iron splattered with a bit of red paint is "art".


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