Lost in London (2017)

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Lost in London: Directed by Woody Harrelson. With Daniel Radcliffe, Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Eleanor Matsuura. Within the course of one night, Woody Harrelson finds himself in a misadventure in London that winds him up in jail.

“Even after watching the Q and A for the film I still canu0026#39;t figure out why someone would have their directorial debut be the most challenging project I can imagine undertaking. Even without the single shot, live elements, the film is written and performed hilariously. I had more laugh out loud moments in the theater with this film than I can remember in recent history. After the film, the cast and crew presented a Q and A that really makes you feel like you are part of the process, which I guess we were. Willie Nelson was a surreal fantasy for both Woody and the audience. Owen Wilson was a great as usual and the self deprecating humor Woody Nelson threw in about his career as well as Wilsons, was lovingly harsh and very funny. There were some inconsistencies with the cultural and film references being post 2002 when the film supposedly takes place, but they didnu0026#39;t really place it in that time period until the end of the film so it wasnu0026#39;t distracting or obvious and didnu0026#39;t detract. It was fantastic as an experience and was a genuinely delightful film.”


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