Lost in the Sun

Synopsis: Lost in the Sun is a coming-of-age story about Dawn, a Napa Valley teen fresh off her high school graduation and about to set out for college. Days from starting her new life away from her rural upbringing, she gets an odd text from her estranged sister, who stole from the family years before and vanished into San Francisco. Not ready to write her older sister off, Dawn sets out for San Francisco, determined to bring her sister back from exile and the family back together again. But in a city bigger, stranger than anything she's ever experienced, she finds something beyond her sheltered imagination: her sister is involved with a cult of sungazers who've found a darker side to the sun, and intend to use it.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Dave Moutray
Production: Floren Shieh Productions
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- Moody residence.

- Mrs. Moody?

John Wheeler here.

How you doing?

You have got some

nerve calling here.

I was just at your daughter's

wake. Where were you?

Earl's sick.

Now what do you want?

I got Louis, her boy.

What... why would

you have Louis?

Now, look, there's been

a change of plans.

I'm gonna drive him home.

Where's that priest?

Put Louis on the phone.

It'll just take

a couple of days.

You got nothing to worry about.

Now you put Louis back on

that bus and get back...

One more stop.

Stay here.

Hey, I need that to get home!

What's up, John?

Will you excuse us

for a moment, please?

Okay, thanks.

This is a fucking joke, right'?

There's a little over

6,000 bucks right there.

You're short $14,000

and change. Maybe more.

Well, what are you...

you said $10,000.

I owe you $10,000.

You're late, John, again.

So it's $20.

What are you doing, huh?

How long have

we known each other?

Long enough for you

to know better.

This is fucking bullshit, John!

Do you understand?

What the f*ck

do you want from me?


protection in jail

is very expensive.

Do you understand that?

I didn't ask you for

any goddamned protection.

Yeah, but you took it.

You know jail could have

been dangerous for you, John.

I'm living out of my car.

I don't have anything else.

I just gave you everything

that I got, okay?

Boy, do you want

to go back to jail?

You like the bed and the three meals of

crap they serve you every day?

'Cause I can arrange that with

just one fucking phone call.

Freddy, give me

the fucking phone.

No, no, no, no.

You're not gonna

make any phone calls.

I got just as much shit

on you as you got on me.

6,000 bucks.

That's all you get.

We're closed!

We're closed!

Goddamn kid.

Hey, are you in

some kind of trouble?

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