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Lost in London (2017)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 19 January 2017 (USA)
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Within the course of one night, Woody Harrelson finds himself in a misadventure in London that winds him up in jail.

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Woody Harrelson

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Woody Harrelson
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Credited cast:
Daniel Radcliffe ... Daniel Radcliffe
Woody Harrelson ... Woody Harrelson
Owen Wilson ... Owen
Naomi Battrick ... Emily
Louisa Harland ... Stella
Eleanor Matsuura ... Laura
Willie Nelson ... Willie Nelson
Martin McCann ... Paddy
Amir El-Masry ... Omar
Bono ... Bono (voice)
Peter Ferdinando ... Dante
Ricky Champ ... Cabbie
David Mumeni ... Alan
David Avery ... Sayed
Youssef Kerkour ... Winston the Bouncer
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Within the course of one night, Woody Harrelson finds himself in a misadventure in London that winds him up in jail.

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Comedy | Drama

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USA | UK

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English

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19 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Lost in London LIVE See more »

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London, England, UK

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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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In the scene where the woman recognizes Woody in line at the night club, she says "Woody Allen" rather than "Woody Harrelson". See more »

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Featured in Good Morning Britain: Episode dated 4 May 2017 (2017) See more »

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Astounding! First rate comedy!
19 January 2017 | by BaiNstSee all my reviews

If you can imagine BIRDMAN done as a CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM "bearing and rending of Ego"...you've got a good understanding of what to expect from LOST IN London. Absolutely amazing, and it's really hard to believe they pulled it off in a single take...LIVE. If I hadn't stayed for the Q'n'A afterwards, I'd still have my doubts...it was that impressive of a feat.

It would be difficult to ruin the plot, as it's mostly an excuse to follow Woody through one entertaining night of fumbling...I really hope this will be available as a recorded purchase, so that I can revisit it, and have a closer look at the artistry of it. The acting is superb, the camera work is as good as anyone could do (and better than most!), and the cinematography was spot on.

The biggest possible flaw a project like this may suffer from (as with any project, even) is a flinching, uninsightful, uninspired, and semi- conscious delving into the ego of the writer/director/actor. Harrelson avoids these pitfalls, and handles it like a master. From his acting over the course of his career, there's always been a hint of brilliance beneath...but it's always tough to tell in a truly great actor where the acting ends and real person begins. He handles this roll (admittedly one with which he should be very familiar and had lots of practice) with an honesty and depth of character that shows he's been through it and come out the other side wiser for it...unless it's all an act.

Hard to tell, but a damn fine yarn, and funny as hell. I'm honored to have borne witness, and really hope to see it again, soon.


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