A Los Angelos family takes in a young artist who changes their lives.
A range of TV actors show off their prowess in Nobody Walks, a lust-fueled drama written and directed by Ry Russo-Young. Millennial it-girl Lena Dunham (of HBO’s Girls) co-wrote the screenplay, which centers on transfixing 23-year-old Martine (Olivia Thirlby), who blows into L.A., crashes at a couple’s pad to record the soundtrack for the arty film she’s making, and starts unraveling relationships on a whim. John Krasinski (Jim from The Office) plays a husband/sound engineer who gets ensnared in Martine’s trap (try to dissociate—he’s not cheating on Pam). The wife of Krasinski’s character (Rosemarie DeWitt, Don Draper’s artist/lover from season one of Mad Men) perceives his adultery and considers retaliating by hooking up with Billy (Justin Kirk, who you might recognize as Uncle Andy from Weeds). It’s like they took all your favorite prime time TV stars and put them in the plot of a daytime soap. (Jenn Ladd)
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