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Soulful Concerns

LOST producers/writer Carlton Cuse (L) & Damon Lindelof (R) speak out about the spiritual elements of the show.

Quote from Entertainment Weekly magazine
May 19, 2006, Special LOST Collector's Edition

Lost's shepherds are deep-thinking guys whose soulful concerns are imprinted on the show. Lindelof, 33, and Cuse, 47, both speak of spiritual awakenings during adulthood; they aspire to use Lost as a vehicle to tell stories of redemption and, according to Cuse, explore the question of ''how does one lead a life.'' During the show's conception, Lindelof was grappling with an array of internal debates prompted by the death of his father. At the same time, he was falling in love with his future wife, and finding the spiritual connection he was seeking through exposure to her Catholic beliefs. ''For me,'' he says, ''Lost is about meaning — and the search for meaning.''


Blogger minipulator said...

This is awesome. I had never seen this section of the network before. I just gained even more respect for you guys. Keep updating this page! :) Don't listen to the naysayers: be proud of your faith. We're too often persecuted; and mostly we're told it's because we persecute others. The only thing to do is sit back and laugh.

5/24/2006 8:03 PM  
Blogger R2K said...

I just found this page, very interesting information about the show.


6/07/2006 7:20 PM  
Blogger Yakobus1 said...

hey guys, Yakobus here aka NinjaRabbi. Lostclues is awesome, interesting stuff about Lost creaters and faith, if you get a chance go to myspace.com/yakobus.
i'm there. shalom

6/13/2006 3:31 PM  
Blogger stinkowoman said...

Even MORE hidden content! Love it guys, nice job. I had an idea that Damon was a seeker...

6/15/2006 8:09 AM  
Blogger R2K said...

New hint for the show!


8/15/2006 6:33 AM  
Blogger capcom said...

This is a very good site and a great idea. It's also nice to know of the creators' intentions and that it was not just a fluke that the show seemed to be somewhat spiritual. I will be passing this site on to others as well. God Bless.

8/31/2006 5:18 PM  
Blogger Aaronia said...

Thank you for this link. I know of this other one to an article in Italian, in which Damon Lindelof sais (at the end) that “Lost” reflects his spiritual journey into faith and hope.


9/19/2006 5:00 AM  

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