Born into the seedy, underground world of prostitution, 15-year-old Shara has known no other life. Her mother is an aging, career escort, who is now looking to Shara to make the kind of money she made in her youth. After a dramatic encounter with her mom's ex-boyfriend, Shara finds herself alone on the streets of Los Angeles. Struggling to survive, she turns to the only option she believes she ...
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Born into the seedy, underground world of prostitution, 15-year-old Shara has known no other life. Her mother is an aging, career escort, who is now looking to Shara to make the kind of money she made in her youth. After a dramatic encounter with her mom's ex-boyfriend, Shara finds herself alone on the streets of Los Angeles. Struggling to survive, she turns to the only option she believes she has.
I was fortunate enough to see GIRL LOST on the big screen at The Grove, L.A.
I was fortunate enough to see GIRL LOST when it was still called Nowhereland on the big screen at The Grove in Los Angeles at a film festival. The movie won Best Picture at that festival and I believe the Audience Choice as well. I watched it again last night on Amazon Prime and my mind was not changed. What a brave piece of filmmaking. All of the performances are fantastic. Great casting and great attention to detail. Each moment was heartfelt. I can say that the theater was sold out at The Grove to an enthusiastic crowd. The subject matter is tough, so you really need to prepare yourself. The director did not hold back. Lot's of tears! I did get to meet Felix Ryan after the screening. He was very friendly and if you've seen the film, he did an outstanding job. Felix is fantastic! I also met the director, Robin Bain. I felt her to be very warm and kind. I liked the fact that she took the time to meet people and actually listen to their feedback on the film. Unfortunately, I didn't get a chance to meet Jessica Taylor Haid, but I thought she was wonderful in the film. Hopefully next time. I can highly recommend this movie!
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