Locally filmed flick Nobody screens tonight
The film is called Nobody. It's a movie about an art student that wants to become somebody. Along the way he discovers that it's okay to not be somebody as long as he is someone. It's written and directed by Rob Perez (40 Days & 40 Nights), produced by Josh Hartnett (that dude from Minnesota), and stars Minnesota-native Sam Rosen. All three will be in attendance tonight, as well as Ryan Miller (from the indie band Guster), whose music is featured in the film.
Nobody, a comedy of self-discovery, was shot in a variety of locations about the Twin Cities. Keep your eyes peeled for the MCAD campus, Porky's, Theodore Wirth Park, the parking lot of Sunnyside Café, and an alley behind Black Forest Inn. Regardless of whether or not the story holds your attention at the very least it should be entertaining to guess the setting of each scene.
The world premier of Nobody is at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the State Theatre. Tickets are $16.50-$26.50. There's also a VIP ticket for $86.50. It includes a signed movie poster, better seats, and a access to the 21+ after-party at Envy.
For more info about the event, visit www.hennepintheatredistrict.org. Check out the trailer below.
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