One of my favorite aspects of the film was the fact that it was the Twin Cities. What I mean by that is that so much of it is really and truly local. We get to see Porky’s, the Minneapolis skyline via lake Calhoun, glimpses of Uptown, and of course, a good chunk of filming happens at MCAD. Minnesota native Josh Hartnett, being the executive producer for the film, also made it to the premiere along with Guster frontman, Ryan Miller, who composed an appropriately indie soundtrack for the film. City Pages snapped some shots (a lot better than any I got…) of the premiere after-party.
It’s a rare night when you find a world film premiere in the heart of Minneapolis. And, who knows, this could be the first of more to come. (Also out this past weekend was the Coen Bros. latest, A Serious Man. I haven’t seen it yet, but it’s on my to-do list.)
Nobody opened to the general public at block E last Friday and is going to continue to play as long it’s supported. So, stop by and see what Nobody has to offer.
–Haley Rheinhart —
This entry was posted on October 6, 2009 by RACHELinPUBLIC. It was filed under Authors, Films, Haley Rheinhart and was tagged with City Pages, Guster, Josh Hartnett, MCAD, Minneapolis, Nobody, Porky's, Rob Perez, Ryan Miller, Sam Rosen, State Theatre, Twin Cities.