Gregg Araki's Nowhere mints a new form of expressionism, one that is influenced by music videos and commercials, but also by talk-show confessionals and poster art. A kaleidoscopic portrait of various disaffected LA youths, the film, which Fine Line Features released in May, unfolds as a series of wildly stylized, often violent scenes in surroundings that are fanciful in the extreme. The opening sequence, during which the tortured hero (James Duval) luxuriates in a steamy, whiter-than-white ...

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