over 1 year
An interesting companion to Lost in Translation. I'd call this Akerman-esque, almost.
I like Sofia Coppola's style and this movie did not disappoint.
This movie feels like a postcard, you could just leave it on in the background.
This one, as most Sofia Coppola's films, is subtly moving with a daintily flowing story.
over 7 years
Don't let the trailer fool you, this movie is not subtle nor cute, it's boring.
over 7 years
I'm *still* waiting for something…anything, to happen.
spent and hour and a half waiting for something to happen...ill never get that time back
Somewhere is a 2010 American drama film that was written and directed by Sofia Coppola. The film follows Johnny Marco, a newly famous actor, as he recuperates from a minor injury at the Chateau Marmont, a well-known Hollywood retreat. Despite money, fame and professional success, Marco is trapped in an existential crisis and feels little emotion during his daily life. When his ex-wife suffers an unexplained breakdown and goes away, she leaves Cleo, their 11-year-old daughter, with him. They spend time together; her presence helps Marco mature and accept adult responsibility. The film explores ennui among Hollywood stars, the father-daughter relationship and offers an oblique comedy of show business, particularly Hollywood film-making and the life of a "star".
Somewhere was first shown at the 67th Venice International Film Festival where it received the Golden Lion award for best picture. Critical opinion was mixed to positive. Reviewers praised the patience of the visual style and the...