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The Real World Movie: The Lost Season (2002)

Things get a little crazy when an obsessed fan, who has been rejected during the audition process numerous times, kidnaps the cast and brings them to a new house. Here, he films them, using... See full summary »

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Jeffrey Reiner
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bryan Kirkwood ... Roland
Matthew Currie Holmes ... Cash
Shani Pride ... Omara
Julie Patzwald Julie Patzwald ... Melinda
Laura Jordan ... Liz
Michael Leisen Michael Leisen ... Boomer
John Reardon ... Adam (as John Henry Reardon)
Will Sanderson ... Jake the Cameraman
Peter Shinkoda ... Keith
Amaya Brecher Amaya Brecher ... Herself
David Burns ... Himself
Rachel Campos-Duffy Rachel Campos-Duffy ... Herself (as Rachel Campos)
David Edwards David Edwards ... Himself
Aneesa Ferreira ... Herself
Melissa Beck ... Herself (as Melissa Howard)
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Storyline

Things get a little crazy when an obsessed fan, who has been rejected during the audition process numerous times, kidnaps the cast and brings them to a new house. Here, he films them, using highly sophisticated camera equipment that is wired to explosives, just in case the cast doesn't play along. Written by Unknown Source

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Comedy

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Official Sites:

MTV

Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 August 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Temporada Perdida de Real World See more »

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Color
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Trivia

In a similar tactic used to promote The Blair Witch Project (1999), this made-for-television movie was filmed in secret and promoted by MTV as an actual season of their reality series The Real World (1992) that was only partially filmed but never aired due to a mysterious incident that occurred during production. Promotional material featured little to no footage from the actual movie, instead using footage of the actors doing interviews in character urging audiences to watch. The actual plot wasn't revealed before airing. The attempt to hype up viewers didn't work, since ratings were incredibly low and the few who watched were angered that MTV attempted to dupe them into thinking it was real. See more »

Crazy Credits

During the end credits, the cast continues to give confessionals about their experience. See more »

Connections

References Outward Bound (1999) See more »

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This was an ambitious project, that mostly worked
10 August 2002 | by Me31See all my reviews

Yes, it had flaws, but the people who say they hated it seem to be missing the point. It was "The Real World" parodying itself, and so therefore the characters were supposed to seem over-the-top and exaggerated. The segments with the actual former "Real World" contestants were priceless. Yes, this film defied easy description. No, that doesn't mean it sucked. MTV shows way too many ads though-- that does suck.


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