10 New Pics From 'Nobody Walks' Starring John Krasinski & Olivia Thirlby Plus Soundtrack Details

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by Edward Davis
September 13, 2012 11:42 AM
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Starring John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, Rosemarie DeWitt and an excellent supporting cast that features Dylan McDermott, Justin Kirk, and one-to-watch up-and-comers like India Ennenga, Rhys Wakefield and Jane Levy, "Nobody Walks" is one of our favorite indie dramas of the fall. The third feature-length effort from Ry Russo-Young (2009's celebrated indie "You Wont Miss Me"), "Nobody Walks" is also co-written by one of Young's high school pals, one Lena Dunham, the star and creator of HBO's "Girls."

An understated drama about a family that takes a young experimental film artist into their home and the havoc it wreaks, there's a lot to love about "Nobody Walks," from the excellent lead performance of Olivia Thirlby (which reminds us just how underused in Hollywood she is), to the moody score by Fall On Your Sword, to the inquisitive screenplay by Dunham and Russo-Young, which is interested in exploring human behavior instead of judging or laying blame. The film also features some excellent cinematography by up-and-coming DOP Christopher Blauvelt who also lensed "Meek's Cutoff."

Below we have ten new photos of the film, plus details (via Lakeshore) on the score and soundtrack written by the LCD-Soundsystem friends Fall On Your Sword. "Nobody Walks" is on VOD and iTunes now and opens in theaters October 12, 2012. The soundtrack gets a digital release on October 9th.  Read our review of the picture from Sundance here and check out a Q&A recap with Young, Dunham and Thirlby from BAM earlier in the summer.

"Nobody Walks" (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. Intro
02. Opening Titles
03. Kolt
04. The Family
05. Gallery Drive
06. Guilt
07. Voyeur
08. The Dinner
09. Tempeh
10. Night Swim
11. Party’s End
12. Kolt’s Poem
13. Leaving Town
14. Kolt’s Reprise

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3 Comments

  • Blaise | September 13, 2012 9:39 PMReply

    I want to see more of John Krasinski's feet.

  • rodie | September 13, 2012 12:57 PMReply

    Man, Thirlby's hair cut is awful.. Anyone else feel me on this?

  • Archer Slyce | September 13, 2012 12:43 PMReply

    Great to see India Ennenga here, she was a good surprise in Treme. Not looking forward to see that though... but nice cast overall.

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