Nowhere is a 1997 American black comedy drama film written and directed by Gregg Araki. It stars James Duval and Rachel True as Dark and Mel, a bisexual teen couple who are both sexually promiscuous.
Dark: (voice-over) L.A. is like... nowhere. Everybody who lives here is lost.
Elvis: Tie me up.
Alyssa: Okay, mister kinky.
Elvis: Now spank me. Spank my hot, tight, rock-hard ass.
Alyssa: (starts mild spanking) Um... Elvis? I... I love you.
Elvis: Ditto, honeybunny.
Valley Chick #1: Oh my god! Jujyfruit's party is tonight, and I have no clue who to go with.
Valley Chick #2: What about Jason?
Valley Chick #3: I'm going with Jason!
Valley Chick #1: We could all go with Tomas!
Valley Chick #3: I thought YOU were going with Tomas!
Valley Chick #2: Tomas has a dinky weenie.
Valley Chick #3: You did Tomas?
Valley Chick #2: Ew! I'm sure, gross. I thought Jason was doing Tomas.
Valley Chick #1: Jason's going out with that valley sluthole Eileen Schwatrzkoff.
Valley Chick #3: Untrue! Says who?
Valley Chick #1: Eileen.
Valley Chick #3: And you believe her? Hello! She lives in Whittier!
Valley Chick #2: If Jason did Eileen he must've done Richard!
Valley Chick #1: Who's Richard?
Valley Chick #2: Eileen's other scag, and she's totally into these kinko three ways!
Valley Chick #3: Eileen... is... a... whore!
Valley Chick #1: Is Richard the surfer with the hair lift who drives the black Jetta?
Valley Chick #2: No. He's got a Lexus.
Valley Chick #1: I thought he hung himself!
Valley Chick #2: No! He's totally gorgeous. Plus, he's got a Lexus.
Valley Chick #1: Is he gay?
Valley Chick #2: Who? Jason?
Valley Chick #3: Richard?
Valley Chick #1: Tomas!
Valley Chick #3: Well, duh! What do you think, dingle berry?
|Release Date||9 May 1997|
|Tagline||"sexy, psychedelic, dementedly funny, with a sensational soundtrack... it's like clueless with nipple rings."|
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi|
|Filming Locations||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Sound Mix||Ultra Stereo|
|Film Class||Teen Movie, Urban Drama, Gay & Lesbian Films|
|Niche Genre||Comedy Drama|
|Themes||Sexual Awakening, Faltering Friendships, Gender-Bending, Generation Gap, Interracial/Cross-Cultural Romance|
|Tones||Campy, Satirical, Irreverent, Disturbing, Quirky, Raunchy, Sexy|