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

Dear Wendy.

Hi, sweetie.

Sorry, there is interference

with the phone here.

I'm really tired.

I did not sleep.

Halloween, etc ...

What a crazy night!

found a corpse,

if you believe.

Later more story.

was with Mark and Lily.

is the reason

I send you this email.

There are things that perhaps should

tell you about me and Mark,

when we were in high school.

This will be difficult ....

I guess I should start

By last night.

The Lost Coast

This will be hard ...

I guess I should start

By last night.

30:. Meeting with Mark and Lily



How are you?

How are you?

I'm fine.

Does that make you uncomfortable?

Since when we kiss

on the cheek?

Where is your fantasy?

Oh, I forgot.

I had no time.

Hi, Jasper.

Hi, Lily.

How are you?


I'm at the bathroom.


Let us change.

Can get, man.

How is your fiancee?

Well I talked to her

this morning.

How often you

and Wendy speak?

Every two days and combine

this interval because ...

It's expensive, you know.

You use one of these cards

International telephone?



It's cold outside?


Should not marry.

I know.

-Go easy, man.

Yes, yes, yes, yes.

This is the Lost Coast?

Mark has all the photos in your mirror.

I noticed over and looked closer.

is a photo of a journey

made by the Faculty,

The Lost Coast

in Northern California.

It was a good trip.

Never seen this picture.

We should go again.

A trip to the college.

Had not seen that picture before.

Wow ...

It's scary!

And your fancy?

I had no time.


Check it out!


You know that, right?

I need to go to the bathroom.

Typical of Mark, I bet he'd walk

always naked if I could.

So fill some

bottles with whiskey and

finally went out to the streets.

30: Mark's friend, Caleb, attacks.

I missed you, man.

Get out!


My glasses!

Do not step on them!

Is too weak?



I think you're

eating Cheerios.

You are so strong!

Degenerate shit!

What the f*ck?

Are you okay?

-No, man.

Sorry, sorry.


You're what?



And you, that?

I am a Frenchman.

You know, the '60s.

... seemed fine, although upset

and scratched knees.

Caleb're embarrassed, and we continue.

40: The castro

Girls, I have something for you:

Drink up, bitches!

What's with the cops?

We have drugged us.

It's just for the night,

going back for more.

We left, we took some jellybeans,

gives that burst ...

It's a bitch trip, huh?

But it's still early.

Can I call Kyle ...

Kyle is in New York.

It's true.

Do not know anyone else.

Know anyone?


No. Of course not.

You do not know shit.

I know someone.

Who? You?

Hello, Shanti? 'm Jasper.

Jasper, and we met in

party my friend Michel.

I gave you that ibuprofen was.

Come on, Jasper, dance!

Hey, Shanti.

Hey, do not. We're here. Here.

Okay, where are you?

Okay, okay ...

Tell me where it is.

We'll see how

time I can.

I notice if you hit something.

Will reach a curb.

Stop in about five seconds.

Four, three, two, one ...



In a short time

There is an escalation.

How far?

It is only a half step.

Three, two, one step up.

Very good, you got it.


Jasper is straight, right?

Well ..

Maybe I should not

tell you about it.

You are about to speak.

Jasper and Mark are not ...

At school they have ...


Mark was also straight at school.


And you went out together.


And as rolled?

I do not know.

That fire!



This is a case where

must have confidence.

Let yourself fall.

Sometimes it is so cool.

I remember this because we were

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