The Darien Gap

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Released 1996

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Director:
Brad Anderson
Released:
1996
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The Darien Gap is a 1996 indie comedy directed by Brad Anderson. Lyn Vaus, actor and character, is a slacker in his twenties, unemployed, homeless and not too eager to commit to a job, relationship, or anything else. With his only remaining possession, a video camera, he has the idea of hitchhiking to South America to photograph the giant sloth that lives there and make a lot of money with a video documentary of the trip. The biggest obstacle on the trip will be the Darien Gap, 80 miles of swampland between Panama and South America that is virtually uncrossable, Lyn isn't fazed, he feels like he's overcome bigger obstacles. Lyn's search for the giant sloth is put on hold when he meets Polly Joy (Sandi Carroll) a free spirited hat designer, they hit it off and Lyn eventually moves into Polly Joy's home. Lyn loves Polly Joy and begins to understand the benefits that come with commitment. This film won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize.moreless
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