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Losing Ground

2005 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

Drama

Adapted from the critically acclaimed New York stage play presented by Tom Noonan, LOSING GROUND unfolds in real-time over a single night in a Las Vegas video-poker bar where seven people come in, interact, strike up friendships of convenience, win, lose, and go home. Bryan Wizemann's haunting and elegiac feature film debut is a contemporary portrait of ritual and superstition, intimacy and estrangement. In direct contrast with the current zeitgeist of a Las Vegas myth, LOSING GROUND is a personal and closely observed work on the addictions of human nature. Written by Anonymous Losing Ground is a 2005 American English-language Drama film starring Eileen O'connell, Kendall Pigg, Matthew Mark Meyer, Monique Vukovic, Rhonda Keyser, John Becker Good and Colm Byrne. Losing Ground was Produced by Bryan Wizemann. The movie is written and directed by Bryan Wizemann. Losing Ground was released on 10th March 2005 and takes a screen time of 90 minutes. Cinematography was done by Mark Schwartzbard and editing by Brad Studstrup
  • Jini Score
    66%
  • Rating
    7.9/10
  • Jini Score
    66%
  • Rating
    7.9/10
Adapted from the critically acclaimed New York stage play presented by Tom Noonan, LOSING GROUND unfolds in real-time over a single night in a Las Vegas video-poker bar where seven people come in, interact, strike up friendships of convenience, win, lose, and go home. Bryan Wizemann's haunting and elegiac feature film debut is a contemporary portrait of ritual and superstition, intimacy and estrangement. In direct contrast with the current zeitgeist of a Las Vegas myth, LOSING GROUND is a personal and closely observed work on the addictions of human nature. Written by Anonymous Losing Ground is a 2005 American English-language Drama film starring Eileen O'connell, Kendall Pigg, Matthew Mark Meyer, Monique Vukovic, Rhonda Keyser, John Becker Good and Colm Byrne. Losing Ground was Produced by Bryan Wizemann. The movie is written and directed by Bryan Wizemann. Losing Ground was released on 10th March 2005 and takes a screen time of 90 minutes. Cinematography was done by Mark Schwartzbard and editing by Brad Studstrup