Everywhere and Nowhere
Everywhere and Nowhere (2011)

EVERYWHERE & NOWHERE is a raw, powerful and funny coming-of-age drama focusing on the identity struggles of ASH a young British Asian who is torn between the traditions of suburban family life and his passion for DJ'ing. The film comes… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 6, 2011
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Critic Score: 8% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Cath Clarke
Time Out

Melodramatic soap opera.

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Philip French
Guardian

Almost everything in the film is pretty familiar...

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David Edwards
Daily Mirror [UK]

A couple of nice performances and an earnest message about being yourself are kiboshed by a distinct whiff of déja vu.

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Ellen E Jones
Total Film

Capturing the energy of club culture on screen is notoriously difficult. This stale production shouldn't even have tried.

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Matthew Turner
ViewLondon

Disappointing, seen-it-all-before British drama that assembles the usual clichés but fails to do anything interesting with them, thanks to a simplistic script, dull direction and some dodgy editing decisions.

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Steve Rose
Guardian

Ash's fusion of beats and vintage Bollywood soundtracks could have been a neat key for dealing with some worthwhile issues, except it sounds about 15 years out of date.

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Alistair Harkness
Scotsman

It all has the feel of someone ticking boxes at the funding stage.

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Anna Smith
Empire Magazine

Huda's film avoids the culture clash laughs of an East Is East to deliver a straight-faced drama that fails to engage.

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Zara Miller
Little White Lies

Fitting neither the gritty urban drama mould, nor the tongue-in-cheek one leaves audiences laughing when they're not meant to be.

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