Lost Contact

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Released 2002

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Director:
Andrew Crawford
Released:
2002
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Lost Contact is a low-budget indie film based on a short film by the same title and directed by Andrew Crawford. The film is cut to look like a cult film-noir and is filled with genuine wit. Beck (Steven Boswell), a suicidal con man, and his best friend, Sam (Dan Francis), who has a genius IQ and an overly large ego, have a plan. They plan to infiltrate a local smuggling ring, located just off the South coast of England, and take a share of the profits for themselves. On paper their plan clearly demonstrates their talent and foresight, but when put into action it quickly deteriorates. The pair's spontaneity, lack of responsibility and reliance on luck, which Beck is so fixated on, begins to pull the heist apart at the seams. The team must develop a strategy to save the jig before it's too late or risk being caught.
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