Somewhere (2010)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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After withdrawing to the Chateau Marmont, a passionless Hollywood actor reexamines his life when his eleven-year-old daughter surprises him with a visit.

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  • Stephen Dorff and Michelle Monaghan in Somewhere (2010)
  • Chris Pontius at an event for Somewhere (2010)
  • Chris Pontius in Somewhere (2010)
  • Stephen Dorff and Elle Fanning at an event for Somewhere (2010)
  • Elle Fanning in Somewhere (2010)
  • Benicio Del Toro at an event for Somewhere (2010)

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12 September 2010 | roastmary-1
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This is the one film I wanted to see at the Venice Film Festival and, dear, oh dear. A strange "tribute" to the French New Wave, at least that's what I think I thought. No emotional hooks to be found even if the story by its very nature should be emotional, not sentimental but emotional. I was in a sort of emotional limbo from beginning to end, hoping to cling on to something but not such luck. To be a French New Wave director you have to be French and working in France preferably pre-1970. What is Sofia Coppola all about? This film, after "Marie Antoniette", makes me wonder. I can't guess what her intention was here. News that ex boyfriend Quentin Tarantino, president of the Venice Film Festival Jury, awarded "Somewhere" the top honor doesn't really surprise me but it makes me so mad. What an outrageous blatant move. I wonder what Tarantino's adoring Italian critics are going to say now.

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