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Nowhere (1997)

Runtime
1hr 22mins
Directed by
Gregg Araki
Featuring
James Duval,
Rachel True,
Kathleen Robertson

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Tue 6/25
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Gregg Araki’s Nowhere is a stylized foray into the nightmare world of adolescent highs and lows, but more than that, it functions as a study of an entire generation and the direction they’re headed. 

Where The Doom Generation seemed to be a wake-up call, Nowhere is more of a reflexive inquiry into the destiny of the seemingly apathetic youth who place more emphasis on style than substance. 

An ensemble piece with James Duval (star of all three of the films in the Teen Apocalypse Trilogy), Nowhere features a cast that mixes well-known faces—Ryan Philippe, Christina Applegate, Debi Mazar, Heather Graham, Guillermo Diaz, Denise Richards, Beverly D’Angelo, Shannen Doherty, and Tracy Lords—with up-and-comers. 

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