Friday, December 4 - Tuesday, December 22, 2009
An inventor, used-car salesman and amateur treasure hunter, Lance Larson may have stumbled upon the finds of his life: two priceless caches of WWII loot stolen over 60 years ago by two young American soldiers. With the former G.I.s now ailing old men, they need Lance’s help to reclaim their lost treasures, buried on opposite sides of the world. So with time, distance and the odds against him, Lance throws himself into their dubious quests to unearth the past, laying bare family secrets and dark wartime histories in the process.
Cinema Eye nominee: Outstanding Feature, Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Debut
“One of the most perfect documentaries I have ever seen. You’ll get lost in it. The story is so complex and the characters so quirky, that you’d think the Coen Brothers made a doc.” – Morgan Spurlock
“An extremely impressive debut… a gut-wrenching yet redemptive tale of fathers, sons and the horrors of war.” – Time Out New York
- Country United States
- Language English
- Rating NR
- Year 2009
- Running Time 86 minutes
- Director Darius Marder
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