Nobody Walks

Nobody Walks poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $25,342Details
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Synopsis

Martine, an artist from New York, arrives in Los Angeles to work on her film. She is staying with friends of a friend, Julie, her husband Peter, Julie's teenage daughter Kolt, and their young son. From the day that Martine walks into the lives of this open-minded, relaxedCalifornia family, everything is subtly set off balance. Peter is helping Martine complete the sound design on her art film and they collaborate closely together, working in the studio off the pool house where Martine is staying. They develop a connection that is rare for Peter and necessary for Martine to finish her movie but, which begins to veer away from professional terrain. An attraction is also brewing between Martine and David's assistant, who’s sixteen-year-old Kolt is crushing on as well. Meanwhile, Julie, a therapist who prides herself on being professional and together, is fending off the projective impulses of one of her patients, ascreenwriter who can talk his way into anything. Each character in Nobody Walks experiences a surge of desire catalyzed by Martine’s arrival, and everyone is forced to confront the new landscape that emerges in her wake.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
38% - Rotten
Audience
23% - Spilled

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 19th, 2012 (Limited) by Magnolia Pictures
Video Release: January 23rd, 2013 by Magnolia Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexuality, language and some drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2229, 6/27/2012)
Running Time: 82 minutes
Keywords: Artists, Video-on-Demand Premiere, Dysfunctional Family, Relationships Gone Wrong, Love Triangle, Infidelity, Movie Business
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Super Crispy Entertainment, Jonathan Schwartz, Andrea Sperling

Cast

   Peter
   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
Jane Levy    Caroline
Anthony Saludares    Actor
Samantha Ressler    Actress
Stacy Barnhisel    Teacher

Production and Technical Credits

Casting    Kerry Barden
Casting Director    Paul Schnee
Costume Designer    Kim Wilcox
Production Designer    Linda Sena
Music Supervisor    Tiffany Anders
Composer    Fall On Your Sword
Editor    John Walter
Director of Photography    Christopher Blauvelt
Co-Producer    Warren Fischer
Executive Producer    Audrey Wilf
Executive Producer    Zygi Wilf
Producer    Jonathan Schwartz
Producer    Andrea Sperling
Producer    Alicia Van Couvering
Co-Writer    Lena Dunham
Co-Writer    Ry Russo-Young
Director   

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Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/10/19 77 $7,269   2 $3,635   $7,269 3
2012/10/26 80 $5,372 -26% 7 $767   $15,532 10
2012/11/02 89 $1,510 -72% 4 $378   $20,067 17
2012/11/09 84 $2,946 +95% 5 $589   $23,773 24
2012/11/16 96 $552 -81% 2 $276   $24,995 31

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