||Released On: September 06, 2005|
Production Company: Buena Vista Home Video
From J.J. Abrams, the creator of Alias, and Damon Lindelof (Crossing Jordan) comes an action-packed adventure that will bring out the very best and the very worst in the people who are lost.
Out of the blackness, the first thing Jack (Matthew Fox, Party of Five) senses is pain. Then burning sun. A Bamboo forest. Smoke. Screams. With a rush comes the horrible awareness that the plane he was on tore apart in mid-air and crashed on a Pacific island. From there it's a blur, as his doctor's instinct kicks in: people need his help.
Stripped of everything, the 48 survivors scavenge what they can from the plane for their survival. Some panic. Some pin their hopes on rescue. A few find inner strength they never knew they had - like Kate (Evangeline Lilly), who, with no medical training, suddenly finds herself suturing the doctor's wounds. Hurley (Jorge Garcia) - a man with a warm sense of humor despite the desperate situation - does his best to keep his cool as he helps those around him to survive. Charlie (Dominic Monaghan, Lord of the Rings trilogy) is a faded rock star who harbors a painful secret. Sayid (Naveen Andrews) is a Middle Eastern man who must wrestle with the racial profiling directed at him by some of his fellow survivors. Jin (Daniel Dae Kim, Crusade) and Sun (Yunjin Kim) are a Korean couple whose traditions, values and language are foreign and thus causes much to get lost in the translation. Sawyer (Josh Holloway) has an air of danger surrounding him, and his intense sense of mistrust for everyone around him could prove to be fatal to his fellow castaways. Michael (Harold Perrineau, Oz) has just gained custody of his nine-year-old son, Walt (Malcolm David Kelley), after the death of his ex-wife - they are a father and son who don't even know each other. Locke (Terry O'Quinn, Millennium) is a mysterious man who keeps to himself, and who harbors a deeper connection to the island than any of the others. Claire (Emilie de Ravin, Roswell) must face having a difficult late-term pregnancy while stranded far from modern medical help. And self-centered Shannon (Maggie Grace) - who actually gives herself a pedicure amid the chaos - and her estranged controlling brother, Boone (Ian Somerhalder) - constantly bicker and must learn to get along if they are to survive.
The band of friends, family, enemies and strangers must work together against the cruel weather and harsh terrain if they want to stay alive. But the island holds many secrets, including the intense howls of the mysterious creatures stalking the jungle, which fill them all with fear. Fortunately, thanks to the calm leadership of quick-thinking Jack and level-headed Kate, they have hope. But even heroes have secrets, as the survivors will come to learn.
Number of Discs: 7
Number of Episodes: 24
Running Time: Unknown mins
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: English - Dolby Digital 5.1
# Man, Solitary, Raised by Another, All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues, Whatever the Case May Be, Hearts and Minds, Special, Homecoming, Outlaws, In Translation, Numbers, Deus Ex Machina, Do No Harm, The Greater Good, Born to Run, Exodus part 1, Exodus part 2
# Commentary by executive producers J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, and Bryan Burk on the pilot
# Commentary by executive producer Jack Bender, co-executive producer David Fury, and actor Terry O'Quinn on Walkabout
# Commentary by executive producers Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk and actor Dominic Monaghan on The Moth
# Commentary by executive producer Carlton Cuse, supervising producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, and actors Maggie Grace and Ian Sommerhalder on Hearts and Minds
# The Genesis of Lost
# Designing a Disaster
# Before They Were Lost: personal stories and audition tapes
# Welcome to Oahu: The Making of the Pilot
# The Art of Matthew Fox
# Lost: On Location
# On Set with Jimmy Kimmel
# Backstage with Driveshaft
# The Lost Flashbacks: Claire at the Airport, Sayid at the Airport
# 13 deleted scenes
# Bloopers from the set
# Salute to Lost at the Museum of Television and Radio's 22nd Annual Paley Festival