Nowhere


1h 25m 1997

Brief Synopsis

A multi-racial, pansexual ensemble piece about adolescent turmoil and the eternal quest for love portrayed through the world of a messed-up 18-year-old's perspective--a world in which anything can happen. This final chapter of Greg Araki's trilogy takes place during a typically action-packed day in

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
FINE LINE/FINE LINE FEATURES
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

A multi-racial, pansexual ensemble piece about adolescent turmoil and the eternal quest for love portrayed through the world of a messed-up 18-year-old's perspective--a world in which anything can happen. This final chapter of Greg Araki's trilogy takes place during a typically action-packed day in the life of Dark Smith and his circle of friends and acquaintances. Dark desperately wants an emotional commitment from his girlfriend Mel, who, though she cares for him deeply, can no more promise fidelity to him than she can to her purple-haired girlfriend Lucifer. Mel will knock on Dark's bedroom window at just about any time of the day or night, except when he needs her most.

Crew

Damon Albarn

Song

Marc Almond

Song

Brett Anderson

Song

David D Aquino

Photography

Gregg Araki

Screenplay

Gregg Araki

Producer

Gregg Araki

Editor

Nicole Arbib

Executive Producer

Richard Ashcroft

Song

Wally Badarou

Song

John Balance

Song

Wenden K Baldwin

Titles

David Ball

Song

Geoff Barrow

Song

Chris Baugh

Location Manager

Daisy Berkowitz

Song

Tim Booth

Song

Timothy Burgess

Song

Michael A Burnett

Special Effects

Marnie Cappellini

Music Coordinator

Budd Carr

Music Producer

Vincent S Cassaro

Sound Effects Editor

Pascal Caucheteux

Executive Producer

Peter Christopherson

Song

William Paul Clark

Assistant Director

William Clark

Assistant Director

Mark Clifford

Song

G Cobain

Song

Peter M Coquillard

Music Supervisor

Graham Coxon

Song

Michael Culbert

Other

Jack Dangers

Song

Dewitt Davis

Other

A Debose

Song

Robert Del Naja

Song

Rob Dickinson

Song

Robert Dillam

Song

B Dougans

Song

David Eichhorn

Dialogue Editor

Rick Evans

Foley Recordist

Rick Evans

Adr

Ashaki "saki" Fenderson

Other

Piotr Fijalkowski

Song

Elizabeth Fraser

Song

Justine Frischmann

Song

Brian Futter

Song

Dean Garcia

Song

Dan Gatto

Other

Gidget Gein

Song

Jennifer Gentile

Set Decorator

Beth Gibbons

Song

Robert Goold

Sound Supervisor

Robert Goold

Dialogue Editor

Colin Greenwood

Song

Jonathan Greenwood

Song

Kevin Gritton

Song

Robin Guthrie

Song

Toni Halliday

Song

Neil Halstead

Song

Vaughan Harris

Song

N Hexum

Song

L Matt Hill

Special Effects

Melissa Hofmann

Rerecording

Richard Huggard

Post-Production Supervisor

Richard Huggard

Production Coordinator

Alex James

Song

K Jason

Song

Matt Johnson

Song

Simon Jones

Song

Dan Knapp

Art Director

Jon Kuyper

Line Producer

Jon Kuyper

Unit Production Manager

Marilyn Manson

Song Performer

Marilyn Manson

Song

Karen Margiotta

Casting

Mary Margiotta

Casting

Grantley Marshall

Song

Nick Mccabe

Song

Doug Mccarthy

Song

Buzz Mccoy

Song

Jeff Mcdonald

Song

Steve Mcdonald

Song

Stephen Merritt

Song

John Mitchell

Song

Rick Montgomery

Casting

Michael D. Moore

Assistant Director

Edward O'brien

Song

Richard Oakes

Song

Dan Parada

Casting

Richard Patrick

Song

Pilar Pavone

Assistant Director

Sarah Peacock

Song

Lindy Pocock

Song

Patti Podesta

Titles

Patti Podesta

Production Designer

Jason Rail

Hair

Lesley Rankine

Song

Simon Raymonde

Song

James Reid

Song

William Reid

Song

C Ridenhour

Song

Carlton Ridenhour

Song

Sholto Roeg

Assistant Director

Robert Rogers

Other

Thomas Rowlands

Song

Dave Rowntree

Song

Mark Rozett

Sound Design

Mark Rozett

Rerecording

Danny Saber

Song

Peter Salisbury

Song

Philip James Selway

Song

C Sexton

Song

J P Shields

Casting Associate

Edmund Simons

Song

Sara Jane Slotnick

Costume Designer

Arturo D Smith

Director Of Photography

Gregoire Sorlat

Executive Producer

Andrea Sperling

Producer

Ilene Staple

Executive Producer

Shelley Surpin

Associate Producer

Rob Sweeney

Photography

Christopher M Taylor

Sound Mixer

Adrian Thaws

Song

Jared Tobman

Script Supervisor

Adrian Utley

Song

Andrew Vowles

Song

Mark Walk

Song

Catherine Wheel

Song Performer

Pae White

Art Director

Steven Williams

Song

Thom Yorke

Song

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
FINE LINE/FINE LINE FEATURES
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring May 9, 1997

Limited Release in United States May 30, 1997

Released in United States on Video October 21, 1997

Released in United States January 1997

Released in United States September 1997

Released in United States November 1997

Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Panorama) September 5-14, 1997.

Shown at Exground On Screen Film Festival in Wiesbaden, Germany November 14-23, 1997.

Shown at London Film Festival (US Indies) November 6-23, 1997.

"Nowhere" completes the film cycle trilogy that Greg Araki began with his feature directorial debut "Totally F***ed Up" (USA/1993) which was later followed by his second installment, "The Doom Generation" (USA/1995).

Began shooting July 25, 1995.

Completed shooting August 28, 1995.

Ultra-Stereo

Released in United States Spring May 9, 1997

Limited Release in United States May 30, 1997

Released in United States on Video October 21, 1997

Released in United States January 1997 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 16-26, 1997.)

Released in United States September 1997 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Panorama) September 5-14, 1997.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at Exground On Screen Film Festival in Wiesbaden, Germany November 14-23, 1997.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at London Film Festival (US Indies) November 6-23, 1997.)