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Cinema Village


Breaking Glass Pictures - 105 min
  • DIRECTOR: Ramaa Mosley
  • STARRING: Leven Rambin, Jim Parrack

SHOWTIMES 09/20/2021 (change date):

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Fern, an army veteran, returns home in order to look for her brother, only to discover an abandoned boy lurking in the woods behind her childhood home. After taking in the boy, she searches for clues to his identity, and discovers the local folklore about a malevolent, life-draining spirit that comes in the form of a child; the Tatterdemalion.



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Kyle Chase
5 out of 5 stars

Powerful social themes in a female western

September 13, 2018
A film about a psychically wounded vet reluctantly bonding with a child may sound like something you’ve seen before, but you haven’t seen “Lost Child.” Directed by Ramaa Mosley from a script she wrote with Tim Macy, the slow-burning thriller walks a fine line, balancing elements of psychological drama and the supernatural, with a surging undercurrent of social commentary that sneaks up on you. The movie itself is remarkable for its simple and adept crafting of performances but it’s also a stunning example of guerilla style filmmaking refined - taking the initiative to craft and create a big looking film by any means possible. The story of the making of this film is “just do it”. High praises for this film and for what it stands for!

Samantha Ember
5 out of 5 stars

Heartbreaking and beautiful movie

September 11, 2018
This is a touching and haunting film that stands on it's own as a female drive Western, drama, PTSD thriller but is all the more remarkable because it was made in true indie style with people who had never acted before on a micro micro budget. The directing is masterful, the cinematography was stunning and made the film look like a medium size drama. Leven Rambin's portrayal of a veteran returning from the war was very compelling and nuanced. The child that played Cecil was riveting. All around this film was beautiful. I hope that it gets the attention it deserves