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Described by director Gregg Araki as "A Beverly Hills 90210 episode on acid" (with no suggestions of what it might be cut with), Nowhere is a companion piece with Araki's previous meditations on youth gone wild in the 1990s, Totally F***ed Up and The Doom Generation -- Araki's self-described "teen apocalypse trilogy." Nowhere follows 18-year-old Dark Smith (James Duval) as he goes through a fairly typical day in Los Angeles. Dark needs, but rarely gets, emotional support from his girlfriend Mel (Rachel True). Mel, however, is also involved with a girl named Lucifer… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Spinning his wheels, Araki has made yet another film about disaffected youth, and while thematically, Nohere has nothing new to offer, there are some minor visual rewards; film's title also describes Araki's lack of direction."
‑ Emanuel Levy, Variety
"A film that is vile and John Waters funny (ugh!)."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Great bisexual film with hip cool characters!"
‑ Michael Szymanski, Zap2it.com
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