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“A boy was born in Lusk, Wyoming, in the least populated county, in the least populated state in the nation. This is the story of what that boy left behind and took for his journey.”
LOSING LUSK is a short, experimental documentary with a personal, impressionistic narrative that comments on the notion of big box retailers, globalization, and the death of rural communities. The film questions the implications of this fundamental shift, and hints that if these changes continue un-checked, the social landscape in rural America could be irrevocably altered.