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Living Lost (2016)

CEO Gene Timbault finds that tragedy may be just what he needs to wake up to a life better than he ever imagined.


Jon Bessire
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Credited cast:
Arman Ali Arman Ali ... Tyler Timbault
Kimberley Anjal Kimberley Anjal ... Guate Sales Girl, San Francisco
Fabio Aquino Fabio Aquino ... Beach party goer
Daphne Bach Daphne Bach ... Misha
Donna Bach Donna Bach ... Dr. Rene Stevenson
Betsabe Back Betsabe Back ... Betsy
Laura Back Laura Back ... School Teacher
Eliana Barbosa Eliana Barbosa ... Beach party goer
Nelson Bertholi Nelson Bertholi ... Beach party goer
Jon Bessire ... Eugene Timbault
Keith Bienert Keith Bienert ... Tourist
Jessica Buda ... Sharon Timbault
Ricardo Canas Ricardo Canas ... Beach party goer
Gary Casey Gary Casey ... Lester
Milvia Noelia Martinez Chavez Milvia Noelia Martinez Chavez ... Shop Girl


Gene Timbault, a corporate executive, is engaged in the deal of a lifetime, but learns he has an incurable disease. In an escape to the jungles of Central America he finds that all may not be lost. Written by Ben Rojess

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Home is not always where the heart is



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finely crafted drama adventure
17 June 2016 | by kshouferSee all my reviews

I have to admit when I saw the poster for Living Lost, and the one sheet poster of its producers at the Laemmle Music Hall theater, I became intrigued with the film (PS I love a good indie film). I was rewarded handsomely for my investment of $11; the film was in a word, authentic. I believed all the characters (for the most part), but more importantly, I believed the story, and I could relate aspects of the story to trials I've had to endure in my life. Brava to the writer/director and the producers of this finely crafted drama adventure.

I don't consider myself a movie aficionados, but I do like good, thoughtful cinema. I also don't blog much or write reviews very often, but this movie, Living Lost, compelled me to support its filmmakers, and encourage others to see a truly good story. The movie doesn't have any CGI, it's not big budget, nor does it sport any known B list or above actors, but it tells a timeless story, and it does it beautifully (kudos to Jon Bessire it's director). If you're looking for an indie film that delivers a story that will engage you, then this is a gem you don't want to miss.

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Release Date:

17 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Denver, Colorado, USA See more »


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$350,000 (estimated)
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