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Nobody Walks -- Martine, a young New York artist, arrives in Los Angeles to complete work on her film. By staying in the pool house of a seemingly open-minded family, Martine's arrival sparks a surge of energy that awakens suppressed impulses in everyone and forces them to confront their own fears and desires.

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Director:
Writers:
Lena Dunham (written by) &
Ry Russo-Young (written by)
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Release Date:
3 October 2013 (Portugal) See more »
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Plot:
A Silver Lake family's relaxed dynamic is tested after they take in a young artist so she can complete her art film. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Mildly On Many Levels See more (18 total) »

Cast

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John Krasinski ... Peter

Olivia Thirlby ... Martine

Rosemarie DeWitt ... Julie

India Ennenga ... Kolt

Dylan McDermott ... Leroy

Justin Kirk ... Billy

Rhys Wakefield ... David

Emanuele Secci ... Marcello

Sam Lerner ... Avi
Mason Welch ... Dusty

David Call ... Man
David Cell ... Man

Jane Levy ... Caroline

Anthony Saludares ... Actor

Samantha Ressler ... Actress
Stacy Barnhisel ... Teacher
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Emma Dumont ... Yma

Blaise Embry ... Paul (uncredited)

Lucy Engelman ... Sophia (uncredited)

Chet Grissom ... Mark (uncredited)

Tina Kapousis ... Teacher (uncredited)

Joshua Polit ... Rodrigo (uncredited)
Leslie Schott ... Gallery Goer (uncredited)

Lauren K. Solomon ... Gallery goer (uncredited)
Audrey Tommassini ... Gallery Goer (uncredited)

Carlos Velazquez ... Allen (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ry Russo-Young 
 
Writing credits
Lena Dunham (written by) &
Ry Russo-Young (written by)

Produced by
Warren Fischer .... co-producer
Stephanie Meurer .... line producer
Sarah Obermeier Kraatz .... producer: Bug Film
Jonathan Schwartz .... producer
Andrea Sperling .... producer
Alicia Van Couvering .... producer
Sean Vawter .... associate producer
Audrey Wilf .... executive producer
Zygi Wilf .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Will Bates 
Fall On Your Sword 
 
Cinematography by
Christopher Blauvelt (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
John W. Walter  (as John Walter)
 
Casting by
Kerry Barden 
Paul Schnee 
 
Production Design by
Linda Sena 
 
Art Direction by
Mando Lopez 
 
Costume Design by
Kim Wilcox 
 
Makeup Department
Claudia Navarro .... key hair stylist
Dania Simental .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
J.M. Logan .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cristi Rickey .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Zade Akkad .... art intern
Paul Bianchi .... property master
Monica Leed .... additional set dresser
Samantha Stauber .... props
 
Sound Department
Rich Bologna .... sound designer
Shaun Brennan .... foley artist
Jesse Flaitz .... assistant sound editor
Eric Gitelson .... dialogue editor
Brett Hinton .... sound editor
John Moros .... sound editor
Stephen Nelson .... sound mixer
Vincent Schelly .... boom operator
Jeff Seelye .... foley editor
Jeff Seelye .... foley engineer
Jeff Seelye .... sound effects editor
Paul Vitolins .... dialogue editor
 
Visual Effects by
Wesley Cronk .... visual effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Derrek Armand .... best boy grip
Mike Carter .... grip
Mark Engel .... gaffer
Sean C. Mehen .... key grip (as Sean Mehen)
David Parson .... second assistant camera
Diesel Pfingsten .... camera pa
David Riggio .... grip (as Dave Riggio)
 
Animation Department
Daniel Byron Spangler .... animator
 
Casting Department
Rich Delia .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Iris Bainum-Houle .... wardrobe supervisor
Aqua Catlin .... additional wardrobe supervisor
Megan Klimkos .... wardrobe assistant
Lane Norman .... wardrobe intern
 
Editorial Department
Alex Bickel .... colorist
Lance Edmands .... additional editor
 
Music Department
Lucy Alper .... music coordinator
Tiffany Anders .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Matt Brown .... driver
Steven Wolf .... driver
 
Other crew
Alishe Beardeaux .... assistant to producers
Teddy Blanks .... title designer
Erika Canchola .... production attorney
Andrew D. Clark .... production assistant
Will Coleman .... set production assistant
Erin Connarn .... script supervisor
Cole Dabney .... social media & marketing
Lucy Engelman .... assistant to director
Lucy Engelman .... assistant to the director
Taylor Erickson .... location assistant
Jennifer Gray .... production attorney
Mike Groner .... insurance broker
Zach Horton .... location consultant
Eric La Barr .... production assistant
Santino S. Lamancusa .... production assistant
Pietro Nigro Famulari .... production assistant
Ryan Nunnerley .... production assistant
Catherine Palmieri .... production assistant
Griffin Pocock .... key set production assistant
Elsa Ramo .... production attorney
Jennifer Schwartz .... craft service
Tracy Shao .... production coordinator
Rick Surad .... prep location manager
Andréa Vasilo .... assistant production coordinator
Carlos Vazquez .... production assistant
Joe Wicker .... location manager
 
Thanks
Eve Battaglia .... special thanks
John Sylva .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for sexuality, language and some drug use
Runtime:
83 min
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[first lines]
Martine:[interrupting heavy making out] Listen, um. I had a great time sitting next to you on the plane.
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12 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Mildly On Many Levels, 10 November 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Nobody Walks (2012)

** (out of 4)

A New York film student named Martine (Olivia Thirlby) comes out West to finish her movie on insects and ends up living with a happy family. The father (John Krasinski) agrees to help Martine finish the film but soon he ends up falling for her, which sets off different emotions for his wife (Rosemarie DeWitt). NOBODY WALKS has some pretty good stuff in it but in the end it's just another independent movie that thinks it has a lot more to say than it actually does. If I had to pick one word for this film it would be "mildly." I say that because everything here could have mildly put in front of it. The story is mildly entertaining. The idea that everyone wants what they can't have is mildly interesting. The way the film gets its point across is mildly interesting. Everything in this movie manages to be mildly something but unfortunately it's just not clever enough or showing us anything that we haven't already seen and this is what keeps it from being much better. We've seen the perfect household fall apart with the site of a beautiful woman using her sexuality so that's not giving us anything new here. The way that it all happens is, you guessed it, mildly interesting because as a film buff I found it entertaining that the husband was helping the girl edit a film. The sex scene happens in a sound proof room. I'm not exactly sure if this student's film was supposed to mean something to the viewer but I took nothing away from it. The best thing going for the film are its performances with Thirlby once again really impressing me. She's certainly a very charming actress and the way she pushed the sexuality here was quite memorable and one hopes to see more of her going forward. Both Krasinski, DeWitt and Dylan McDermott are good in their parts as is India Ennenga who plays the daughter. NOBODY WALKS isn't going to appeal to too many people but I think fans of the indie scene might want to check it out even if it doesn't reach the levels one would have hoped for.

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