Lost Wilderness (2015)

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Lost Wilderness: Directed by Garnet Campbell, Wes Sargent. With Connor Beardmore, Artine Tony Browne, Garnet Campbell, Emma Lindsay. Four would-be siblings are encouraged by their parents to bond during an outdoor vacation. The four adventurers journey into the wild on their ATVs in search of a family relic. They soon find themselves lost in the woods and ill-equipped to deal with not only the rugged terrain but each other. This is a story of hope and overcoming, full of humor and fun. It’s a coming of age tale not only for kids but for parents as well.

“There is no Hollywood a-listers in this indie film but for me and my kids it hit all the emotional marks, we laughed, we cried, the bear attack was scary. Itu0026#39;s not a big budget film but the location where they shot it contained some breathtaking scenery. Families who have a camping background will appreciate and understand how quickly things can go wrong in the wild. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOne bad decision after another put these kids in big trouble. The performances from the young cast was great. It wasnu0026#39;t as adult oriented or hardcore as u0026#39;Stand By Meu0026#39; but the story had that vibe to it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIu0026#39;m a musician and appreciated the country flavored guitar based sound track, so I was pleased with that as so many indie films fail in that area.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWe are a blended family and it actually allowed my kids to process some of the things they have been feeling in our new family. We recently watch Tomorrowland and my boys liked this better.”


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