A talented cast make Nobody Walks a movie to catch

Fresh from this year’s Sundance Film Festival is NOBODY WALKS, the new emotional drama with a great cast that looks like a movie worth seeing.

Talented writer/director Ry Russo-Young has teamed up with accomplished writer Lena Dunham to bring us a new feature NOBODY WALKS. Dunham, whose 2010 feature Tiny Furniture caused a splash and made her an artist to look out for, has co-written this story with Russo-Young where the arrival of a young artist to complete her art film causes a stir in the dynamic of relaxed Los Angeles family.

The main cast is made up of three of the most exciting actors around at the moment – Olivia Thirlby is Martine, the artist and John Krasinski, and Rosemarie DeWitt are the couple Peter and Julie whose relationship is put to the test by Martine’s presence. And in the supporting cast is the wonderful Dylan McDermott, who I’ve admired since his standout debut performance in the Vietnam movie Hamburger Hill in 1987 and who was fantastic as Clint Eastwood‘s partner in the 1993 thriller In The Line of Fire.

Winner of the ‘Grand Jury Prize’ at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, NOBODY WALKS looks like a sensory, sensual and emotional drama and a very interesting new movie to catch.

“Tell me why you’re here.”

Here’s a first look…