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Yes, Lost Girls is now available on Bangladeshi Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on March 14, 2020.

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Lost Girls

Lost Girls
Netflix Bangladesh

  4.5 / 5.0 (compiled from 1 review source)
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Movies Based on Real Life, Dramas, Crime Movies, Crime Dramas, Movies Based on Books, Mysteries, US Movies
Director(s): Liz Garbus

Synopsis

Desperate to find her missing daughter, a mother fights to uncover the truth — and helps expose a string of unsolved murders. Based on a true story. Her daughter's missing. The cops are indifferent. Now a mother’s furious fight for answers will unearth a chilling wave of crimes.

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Cast

Amy Ryan, Gabriel Byrne, Thomasin McKenzie, Lola Kirke, Oona Laurence, Dean Winters, Miriam Shor, Reed Birney, Kevin Corrigan, Stan Carp

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