Lost Dream

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"Two souls lost... a friendship discovered... a dream that cannot be forgotten."
  • NR
  • 2009
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 5.0  (167)

Lost Dream is a heart-wrenching drama movie, released in 2009, directed by Asif Ahmed and produced by Brent Bradshaw. This film narrates a poignant tale about three high school friends and how their lives change after a life-altering accident. The film stars Michael Welch, Shaun Sipos, and Sarah Foret in lead roles. The story begins with a tragic car accident that leaves the three best buddies, Mark (Michael Welch), Kenny (Shaun Sipos), and Jessica (Sarah Foret), in a coma. While Jessica remains in a vegetative state, Mark and Kenny wake up and struggle to come to terms with their incomplete and restricted lives.

Mark, a talented football player, wakes up to find out that his legs are paralyzed, and he is confined to a wheel-chair. He struggles with depression and hopelessness, as he cannot participate in his favorite game anymore. On the other hand, Kenny wakes up to find out that he has lost his ability to speak and limited mobility.

As the two friends try to cope with their new lives, they form an unbreakable bond and become a support system for each other. They learn to communicate with each other only through their facial expressions and body language, and in the process, discover a new level of friendship.

However, things take a different turn when Kenny's sibling, Julie (Elisabeth Harnois), a vivacious and beautiful girl, comes into the picture. Mark and Julie develop a relationship that brings up a lot of emotions and creates a sense of unease in Kenny as he is unable to express his thoughts fully.

Lost Dream is a thought-provoking movie that showcases the fragility of life and the resilience of the human spirit. The plot is touching, and the pacing is expertly crafted. The director keeps the audience engaged throughout the movie, with expertly executed emotional scenes that leave a lasting impact.

The performances by the actors are top-notch, and they do an excellent job at conveying the emotional turmoil of their characters. Michael Welch, who plays the lead role of Mark, delivers a nuanced performance that reflects the raw emotions and pain of his character convincingly. Shaun Sipos, who plays Kenny, does an equally good job, portraying the vulnerability and frustration of his character with precision.

Sarah Foret, who plays Jessica, a character in a vegetative state, mesmerizes the audience with her nuanced facial expressions and body language. Elisabeth Harnois, who plays Julie, adds a layer of complexity to the story, creating an emotional conflict for the group.

The cinematography and music elevate the movie to another level, creating a sense of bleakness and helplessness that complements the storyline perfectly. The lighting and camera work add to the movie's surreal quality, making the audience feel emotionally connected to the characters throughout the movie.

The themes of friendship, love, loss, and change are expertly woven together in the film, creating a thought-provoking experience for the audience. The movie deals with the reality of life, its unpredictability, and the necessity of finding hope even in the most trying circumstances.

Overall, Lost Dream is a beautifully crafted movie, an emotional journey that will leave a lasting impact on the viewers. It's a masterpiece that explores the complexities of human relationships and the power of the human spirit. This movie is highly recommended for those looking for a poignant and gripping drama that will undoubtedly tug on their heartstrings.

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    1 hr 30 min
  • IMDB Rating
    5.0  (167)