"One of the year’s best American films."
"ACUTELY ACTED... AN EXCELLENT CAST."
"A PRICKLY AND UNPREDICTABLE COMEDY."
"You feel the characters’ pangs as they spin out of control. Acutely acted by an excellent cast."
"**** IT PACKS A WALLOP."
"INTIMATE, QUIETLY COMPELLING. Refreshingly, the film doesn't trade in easy labels or judgments. But that imperfect humanity is also what makes them so watchable."
"Ry Russo-Young continues to develop into one of our finest woman filmmakers."
"EVOCATIVE. Beautifully played by John Krasinski."
"It does for indie cinema what co-writer Lena Dunham's Girls does for the modern coming-of-age story."
"Tough and tender, weaving its web of interrelationships, Nobody Walks acutely outlines the invisible frequencies that pass between people."
"Leaves a bittersweet bruise"
"Subtle, smart, sexually charged."
"ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST AMERICAN FILMS."
"A SENSUAL, EMOTIONALLY COMPLEX FILM WITH HUMOR AND HUMANITY."
Peter (John Krasinski), a Hollywood sound designer, has agreed to help Martine (Olivia Thirlby) with her experimental art film as a favor to his wife (Rosemarie DeWitt). Martine, a beautiful and driven 23-year-old artist, comes to stay in the family’s pool house at their posh Silver Lake home to work on her film. Her arrival ignites raw emotions and desires throughout the entire family, forcing everyone to confront the new landscape that emerges in her wake.