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Synopsis

Lost is adapted from the second play in the trilogy Making Noise Quietly. The film centres on the meeting of a young naval officer and a grieving mother. With the Falklands War as a backdrop, the film follows Geoffrey as he meets his best friends Mother (May) and tells her the painful truth about her dead son.

Details

Year
2001
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
12.40 mins
Format
35mm, Optical, Kodak
Director
Edward Hicks
Producer
The London International Film School
Executive Producer
The London International Film School
Editor
Myles Thomas, Jakob Ingimundarson
Screenwriter
Edward Hicks
Director of Photography
Roy Villa
Sound
Hana Saito, Leticia Tonos, Karim Bensalah
Music
Glenn Gordon
Principal Cast
Nerys Hughes (Mother – May), Benedick Bates (Geoffrey)

Genre

Production Company

The London International Film School
Contact: Chrissy Bright (Librarian)
24 Shelton Street
London WC2H 9HP
UK

T +44 020 7836 9642 / Direct Line 020 7240 0161
F +44 020 7497 3718

c.bright@lifs.org.uk
http://www.lifs.org.uk

Sales
Company

The London International Film School
Contact: Chrissy Bright (Librarian)
24 Shelton Street
London WC2H 9HP
UK

T +44 020 7836 9642 / Direct Line 020 7240 0161
F +44 020 7497 3718

c.bright@lifs.org.uk
http://www.lifs.org.uk