A mysterious amnesiac awakens from a coma in 2020 to a world on the brink. In his desperate search for identity, he stumbles upon a truth that may cost him his life. Now, he finds himself on the run from a group of heavily armed extremists and a mysterious femme fatale with a sniper rifle. All of them want revenge on the man he once was… a man he cannot remember
Lost phoenix is a great example of how to make an independent film look and feel like a big budget movie, Director, Writer James Couche squeezes everything he has into making this feel like a big film, with the story playing out mostly in the first part across a night, and adding a great score across the back of it lifts the feature into something that you as a viewer will be gripped by. Good pacing of characters and events makes this a film you actually stick with to find out if our man of mystery Issac/Joe (Wan Dral) piece together his memories.