by Jentri Chancey.
Do you like watching dramatic comedies with unpredictable characters, yet familiar enough you can relate to? Do you enjoy watching (indie) movies that are unique, with unexpected twists and turns to keep you on your toes?
Do you like movies that are, especially in the end, spiritually uplifting and hopeful? Do you like watching movies from your streaming netflix/internet/phone/TV/theater?
Would you like to have the opportunity to be a part of an experimental, multi-medial indie filmmaking explosion before the movie’s actually even made (and put before you in all of these optional ways)?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, chances are you’d vibe with Lost In Sunshine. At least that’s what we hope.
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