Lost Angels, also known as The Road Home, is a 1989 drama directed by Hugh Hudson that stars Adam Horovitz, the famed guitarist of the Beastie Boys. When troubled teenager Tim 'Chino' Doolan (Adam Horovitz) steals and crashes his family's car, his wealthy father (Graham Beckel) sends him to a mental institution for juvenile delinquents. While Tim is there, he begins to form a bond with Dr. Charles Loftis (Donald Sutherland), a caring psychiatrist on the brink of divorce. When Tim decides to untangle himself from the gang activity led by his half-brother Andy 'Natas' Doolan (Don Bloomfield), he turns to the psychiatrist for help. As Dr. Loftis listens to Tim's story, he finds that he must deal with his own family problems before he can truly help Tim with his. Lost Angels deals with the themes of familial discord and the detachment of youth from their parents in a heartfelt, touching manner.