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Wanderlust (2001)

Not Rated | | 29 July 2001 (USA)
Road Drama (2004) Struggling to hold together her train wreck family, Kelly tracks down her drifter brother to a seedy, remote island off Chile and discovers him living with a ragged group of expatriates.

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James Keitel

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Scott Hessels
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Cast overview:
Amzie Strickland Amzie Strickland ... Aunt Clara
Tracy Fraim ... Dennis
Sabrina Lloyd ... Amanda
Christian J. Meoli ... Brian
Kelly Cisco Kelly Cisco ... Craig (as Kelly Ciscone)
Ria Pavia Ria Pavia ... Kelley
Sandra Teres ... Theresa
Eddie Matos ... Drowned Sailor
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  • Road Drama (2004) Struggling to hold together her train wreck family, Kelly tracks down her drifter brother to a seedy, remote island off Chile and discovers him living with a ragged group of expatriates.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

29 July 2001 (USA) See more »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Damaged Californians See more »
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A new record
16 August 2002 | by charmS-1See all my reviews

Recently "Wanderlust" was screened at the Melbourne International Film Festival. Sounded good in the Festival Program. The LA Times and The New York Times had had great things to say about it. The film makers ("Damaged Californians") who introduced the movie seemed like nice guys. I was all set to enjoy an "off-beat mix of romantic comedy, family drama, surrealism, folklore etc". Well, yeah, I lasted 35 minutes- a new minimum record for me. Problem is that the movie is amateurish beyond belief. It looks like the budget was about $40,000 to $50,000 tops. Which wouldn't have been so bad if the film makers weren't so obviously trying for a big movie look. It would have been better for them to have worked within their limitations. What kind of film can we make if we can't afford to go on location? (The island off the coast of Chile in the movie looks like some-one's beach house and back yard). What kind of film should we make if we can't afford a good scriptwriter, professional actors and an editor and a director?

Let this film be a lesson to all you wannabees. Look at the films being made in Iran for example- using authentic locations and brilliant scripts which don't make too many demands on non-professional actors.

No point telling you all too much about the film seeing as how I walked out not long after the opening credit sequence (which, actually, is where all the creativity and budget went).

But for those who've seen the movie, Aunt Clara's slide show of her mobile home holiday, which features somewhat throughout the film deserved it's few (intentional) laughs.


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