The story of John, a small-time crook, who finds an unlikely accomplice in Louis, a newly-orphaned teenage boy. As their open-road adventure progresses and John drags the kid on a string of robberies, the pair forge an unexpected and powerful bond.Written by
Louis rides a train to Farmington and then walks to his grandmother's house. There are no trains anywhere near Farmington. See more »
A scorned woman will tear your heart out, put it between two buns, and eat it, just as your life slips away before you.
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Dunes, Um, Yeah
Words & Music by Kit Bland
Performed by The Merry Olivers See more »
Lost in the rating.
Well, this is a really great movie, however, some will find it slow-moving. It is a sentimental story that has sort of expected twist in the end but nevertheless it was tip-top film, It definitely could've been better and all but we should not forget to praise the efforts made by Josh, I genuinely believe that he saved the movie, he is underrated actor; the film was substantially about one's pangs of remorse, the notion of being lost in life is the cornerstone of all the script writing of the movie, which was the birth of the movie's name; when your conscience starts eating on you due to all piled up past mistakes, it's basically about different human experience from a particular perspective.
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