Four teenagers Emily (Lenka Kripac), Gary (Leon Ford), Brad (Charlie Garber) and Tracey (Alex Vaughan) set off for a surfing weekend north of Sydney. The boys are hoping to get lucky with their newish girlfriends, drink some beer and have some fun. But when they arrive at the deserted beach, Emily quickly begins to sense that there\'s something strange about the place...and soon they all discover that they are not alone. There\'s Zippo (Steve Le Marquand) for a start, and perhaps someone or some thing else. And pretty soon, there is fear and mayhem on the empty beach.
 

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Lost Things doesn\'t compare to the sheer menace of Sewell\'s previous film, The Boys.

For four teenagers, a weekend at the beach becomes a nightmare. Directed by first timer, Martin Murphy, from Stephen Sewell\'s screenplay, Lost Things doesn\'t compare to the sheer menace of Sewell\'s previous film, The Boys. The actors grapple with often unconvincing dialogue and we struggle with the narrative itself. But for a film that was shot in only 12 days on super 16, Lost Things succeeds in showing us a claustrophobic, disturbing vision of the Australian beach - one that you might not want to visit.