Monday, May 27, 2013

Nobody Walks 2012

     Martine is 23 year-old woman from New York, she comes to Southern California to work with Peter on the sound for an art film she’s making.  Everything begins to get complicated when Peter becomes very attracted to Martine.  Julie, Peter’s wife, is a psychiatrist and she can’t help but see what is happening.  David is Peter’s assistant and he also likes Martine but Julie’s 16 year-old daughter, Kolt has a crush on David. 
     This film is not very good, Martine doesn’t seem to be able to set boundaries for herself, she’s careless and doesn’t consider the feelings of anyone else.  Everything happening seems detached and unimportant.  She feels Julie should still be happy she came to visit in spite of her behavior.  Of course, Peter can’t be left off the hook for his own shortcomings too.  2 ½* (This movie is so-so)

92 min, Drama directed by Ry Russo-Young with John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, Rosemare DeWitt, India Ennenga, Dylan McDermott, Rhys Wakefield.  

Note:  Blockbuster 2 ½*, imdb 5.1 out of 10, 37% critic 26% audience on Rotten Tomatoes.

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