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Lost Colony2015

  • 3.6
Poetic, mysterious and visually elegant, Christopher Holmes' debut feature forges an impressionistic coming-of-age narrative as prismatic as the ever-changing strand of shoreline the story inhabits. With refreshing sincerity and an unassuming sense of humor, LOST COLONY considers the lives of conflicted teen Loren, his hyper-protective mother Patricia, and others like them along the Outer Banks of North Carolina's coast- site of the first attempted English settlement in the New World. As Loren begins to sense the widening distance between himself and his expecting girlfriend Ramona, a near tragic accident threatens to capsize their world and forces a reckoning with the delicate mythology he has crafted to make sense of it. A searchlight cast upon the earliest traces of America and the mystery of settlers vanished, LOST COLONY scans a once virgin watershed for signs of life.

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I gave this indie film a look because I've lived in North Carolina for 25 years and the film takes place there. I was not disappointed. Lost Colony has a lot going for it, including some excellent camerawork, solid acting, near-flawless audio, and a story with a lot of heart. There may not be a lot of fast-paced action here, but this is a very good film, well worth 90 minutes of your time.

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I gave this indie film a look because I've lived in North Carolina for 25 years and the film takes place there. I was not disappointed. Lost Colony has a lot going for it, including some excellent camerawork, solid acting, near-flawless audio, and a story with a lot of heart. There may not be a lot of fast-paced action here, but this is a very good film, well worth 90 minutes of your time.

1 member likes this review