Lost Gully Road (2017) is a English movie. Donna McRae has directed this movie. Adele Perovic,John Brumpton,Jane Clifton,Eloise Mignon are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Lost Gully Road (2017) is considered one of the best Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Lucy travels to an isolated house in the forest to wait for her sister. They have worked out a risky scheme for their future and all she needs to do is sit it out. However a sinister presence may have something different in mind.
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Urban dweller Lucy is waiting for her sister in a rented secluded cottage in the Rain Forest. Her sister's arrival is delayed and a week in paradise progressively turns out to be a week in hell as she encounters a series of symbolic objects and happenings playing with her nerves and putting her on edge. Is the house haunted? Is she being stalked? Is she deranged and everything only happens in her mind? What is revealed toward the end of this gripping movie is guaranteed to curdle your blood... The allusion to the Little Red Riding Hood in the woods of deep greens is beautifully photographed by László Baranyai and so are the indoor scenes with great use of lighting and clair-obscur. The music composed and performed by Dave Graney & Clare Moore gives at times a clear insight into Lucy's feelings and psyche and other times builds up the suspense and anxiety. Lucy is portrayed with faultless humanity by Adele Perovic. The script by Donna McRae and Michel Vale is minimalist in form but very dense in content. As in Johnny Ghost, Donna McRae's direction is inspired. Sensitive yet firm, she seems to play with the audience, making one feels as isolated, lonely and vulnerable as Lucy. Lucy getting high on pills and champagne for her lonely birthday is shown in a psychedelic style that reminded me of French horror classics of the 70s like Jean Rollin or Joël Sierra. The suspense, isolation and maddening angst are a strong reminder of The Tenant by Roman Polanski.
I thinking that Lost Tree was a bad movie, maybe it has ridiculous plot, BUT it HAS real plot. Lost Gully Road - film with good actors play, but without any plot at all. You have pointless chatting about someone named Henry and a bag and it all goes to nothing. Its not a plot. And even real story line - its a good plot (maybe) for 10 minutes short, not for actual movie. Its not scary, not interesting, you only can amuse yourself with antics of Adele Perovic - I think she did that, because even she feel sorry for someone who will go see this "film". So one star for camera work, one star for how good actors play. And yes - in sound department all was just tolerably. And three screamers in last 1/3! You guys really have a nerve.
I love this film, it holds you intensely for those moments that come with suspense, thrill and so much fear!! The entire time I was holding onto my chair fearful but loving every moment. Beautifully shot and crafted with such wonderful and brave actors! Brilliantly directed! The hills never looked so damn scary!!
Loved the film it was suspenseful and brought you to the end not knowing ..
Lost Gully Road is both horror and character study, with compelling, pulled back performances, most notably by protagonist Adele Perovic. From the first scenes, a sense of foreboding and slowly building paranoia creeps in and never let's go, paced with precision by director Donna McRae. The film lulls the viewer with its cadence, an almost mesmerizing push and pull, until all is shattered in the final frenetic, truly horrific moments. I saw this director's first horror, Johnny Ghost, at a festival and have followed ever since, I was excited to see another horror.... she has a true command of the genre. You won't be disappointed.