The Lost Coast

Synopsis: As a group of old high school friends wander through San Francisco on Halloween night, two of them are forced to confront their unspoken sexual history.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Gabriel Fleming
Production: FilmBuff
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
74 min

very close in high school.

After walking a lot,

we arrive at the party Shanti

and crossed the door.

00: The Worst Party in the World

It does not seem good.


Are lost?

We are looking for a friend.



What kind of name is that?


This is the address

he gave us.

I do not know who he is, but ...

"Mi casa es tu casa".

There are drinks and snacks in the kitchen.

Very nice of you.

I'll take a look.

Me too.

You have a great space here.

Thank you.

What are you trying to be?

None Shanti.

Did you get the right address it?


"Mon frre!"

What's this?

It's whiskey, brandy, rum ...

Who cares?


We will return.

No Shanti.

No, I'm looking for a friend.


I'm looking for a friend.

I'm looking for a friend.

No Shanti, is not it?


It was all planned.

I'll expose you, "mon frre".


I'll expose you.

There is nothing sad

to be old and gay.

So it will be soon.

Kill me before I

30 do, please.

It's like ...

The fact is that ...

Seem happier than you.

Coming from you ...

I'll look for the bathroom.

How about a walk?

Yes, in bed ...

Then the two augers

were the street

and two turtles


And then the police find snails, and says:

"Okay, just describe them again"

And the snails respond:

"We do not remember anything. Was very fast."



Turtles, yes.

Where'd you get that? Strips?

-This is the office of Jeff.


And this is my room.

That classy!

What is the difference between a

straight guy and a gay?

I do not know.

Six beers.

So health!

You know that, right?


Beautiful party.

Thank you.

I also have this poster.

Beautiful place.

Cute ... is your penis.

Thank you.

Is Walmart.

I'm kidding.

Want to touch it?

This not f*ck with you?

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