There are few words to describe a movie such as "Lost and Delirious." The most conspicuous being "beautiful." No matter what your views may be on homosexuality, there isn't a person out there who can truly say that they did not feel the tremendous pain that Paulie felt when Tori walked out of her life. Every camera angle, tape speed, background, audio effects...everything...in this movie is absolutely perfect. I've never seen anything like it. The only other picture I can remember of this same artistic caliber would be John Duigan's 1998 film "Lawn Dogs." However, even it does not leave you with the emotional sting that "Lost and Delirious" does. The bottom line is, do NOT rule out this film because of the basis of it's storyline. It is not all about the sexual relations & lesbian activity. It is very much a deep look into the human spirit.
Piper Perabo ... Pauline 'Paulie' Oster
Jessica Paré ... Victoria 'Tori' Moller
Mischa Barton ... Mary 'Mouse' Bedford
Jackie Burroughs ... Fay Vaughn
Mimi Kuzyk ... Eleanor Bannet
Graham Greene ... Joe Menzies
Emily VanCamp ... Allison Moller (as Emily Vancamp)
Amy Stewart ... Cordelia
Caroline Dhavernas ... Kara
695kbps XviD / 192kbps AC3 / 720x400 / 103min
2001 / English language, with Brazilian portuguese subs.
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