"A Hollywood star is largely numb to the comforts of his luxurious life and completes his duties as well as his escapades with equal boredom. When he is forced to take in his daughter, who lives with her mother, for an extended period of time, being with the girl sets in motion an inner development in him."
Encyclopedia of International Film
"With its many hotel scenes - Marco inhabits a suite at the celebrity hotel Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles -Somewherein many ways seems like a sequel to Coppola'sLost in Translation. Even the title links the two works: Somewhere also deals with being lost, this time not in a foreign country, but in that "somewhere" that hotels so universally represent in their stereotypical pseudo-comfort. The indeterminacy of this "somewhere" is reinforced by the fact that someone like Johnny Marco hardly has to do anything himself; most of his life is in the competent hands of servants whom he calls by their first names in pseudo-familiarity without actually knowing them."
Barbara Schweizerhof, epd-film.de, 01.11.2010
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97 min. color. Digital HD. E/d
Director: Sofia Coppola
Screenplay: Sofia Coppola
Cinematography: Harris Savides
Editing: Sarah Flack
Starring: Stephen Dorff, Elle Fanning, Benicio Del Toro, Michelle Monghan, Chris Pontius
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