Rated R · 98 minutes · 2010

Comedy drama
Sofia Coppola certainly has done better work than Somewhere, and let’s hope there is better work ahead for her, as well. A meditative look at an actor coming to grips with the intersection of his real life and the unhealthy, unsustainable one he’s made for himself, Somewhere never really goes anywhere. Stephen Dorff plays the actor whose compass points toward the nearest good time, until he is thrust into full-time-father mode when his pre-teen daughter (Elle Fanning) is dropped in his lap. Both actors are good enough, but they desperately need a script. It’s surprising that Coppola couldn’t provide one.

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Official Site: focusfeatures.com/somewhere
Director: Sofia Coppola
Producer: G. Mac Brown, Roman Coppola, Sofia Coppola, Francis Coppola, Paul Rassam and Fred Roos
Cast: Stephen Dorff, Elle Fanning, Chris Pontius, Michelle Monaghan, Laura Chiatti, Simona Ventura, Benicio Del Toro and Lala Sloatman





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Creative Loafing Atlanta Sofia Coppola's Somewhere goes nowhere in style Award-winning film has as much direction as its idle idol by Curt Holman 01/12/2011
Boise Weekly Somewhere Over the Sofia Sofia Coppola directs a tone poem. by Jordan Wilson 04/27/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week The Roommate, Sanctum, Somewhere 02/03/2011
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Memphis Flyer Hotel California Sofia Coppola tracks the daily banalities of celebrity and parenthood in Somewhere. by Addison Engelking 03/03/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Lust in translation: Somewhere Clever, relaxed, confident, Somewhere sometimes seems merely like an assembly of fine touches. by Jonathan Kiefer 02/03/2011
Charleston City Paper Aesthetic proves more urgent in Somewhere

Like Lost in Translation, Somewhere centers around a wealthy, spoiled character who has no reason to mope, but does it unceasingly. by Felicia Feaster 03/23/2011

Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, February 25 Husbands with frightening free will, Nicholas Cage escaping from where he belongs and Dakota Fanning's younger sis taking a star turn, it's all at the movies. by James Ady 02/25/2011
Indy Week Sofia Coppola's Hollywood movie Somewhere strips the glamour Many scenes are wordless, most are simply conceived and beautifully executed, almost all are poignant, and only rarely do they seem to editorialize. by Nathan Gelgud 03/09/2011
East Bay Express The Bargain Rack: Red Hill, Somewhere, and The Company Men Aussie action, Tinseltown malaise, and downsized executives for sale. by Kelly Vance 12/29/2010
The Coast Halifax Somewhere tests our patience Sofia Coppola gets poetic and experimental and takes Stephen Dorff along for the ride. by Tara Thorne 02/17/2011
Portland Mercury Nowhere Fast Somewhere: Sofia Coppola sure has a lot to say about sad rich people! by Alison Hallett 01/13/2011

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