Lost Soulz

Directed by Katherine Propper

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Release Year: 2023
Running time: 95
Country: U.S.
Language: English
Genres: Drama
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MSRP: $19.95
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MSRP: $599.00
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Directed by: Katherine Propper

When aspiring rapper Sol is discovered by a group of Gen-Z musicians after performing at a house party, he joins their tour through the heart of Texas and embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime road trip. Sol and his new collaborators bond over their shared pains and longings from the lives they left behind. Bold and brash, yet surprisingly sensitive and vulnerable, these young artists pour their souls into the music they create together. The novelty of Sol’s newfound family fades as the demons Sol left behind come back to haunt him, including his guilt over abandoning his ailing friend. His sense of self is put to the ultimate test as he seeks refuge from the rootlessness and loss that has defined his existence. Set to a lo-fi, genre-bending hip-hop soundtrack, Katherine Propper's award-winning debut is suffused with a hazy and infectious energy and features virtuosic musical performances, from the tour van to the stage, that allow the ensemble’s winning chemistry to shine.


“A road-trip movie driven by good vibrations and the joy of making music.”

- Ross McIndoe, Slant Magazine

An entertaining ride… deriving its strength from the original music composed and performed by its talented cast."

- Murtada Elfadl, Variety
“Like the Oscar-winning Nomadland with rap music.”
- Mike McGranaghan, The Aisle Seat

“The energy is infectious.”

- Michael Hall, Texas Monthly

“An earnest, open, remarkably joyful film with a quiet yet powerful lead.”

- Lauren Coates, Offscreen Central

“Emotionally sweeping... a stunningly human portrait.”

- Alan French, Sunshine State Cineplex

“Captivating. A naturalistic glimpse into the inner lives of Austin teens.”

- Richard Whittaker, The Austin Chronicle

Lost Soulz practically creates a new genre in motion pictures: It’s the first hip-hop hangout movie."

- Craig D. Lindsey, Nashville Scene

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