|Director/Writer/Editor:|| Gregg Araki|
|Director of Photography:||Arturo Smith|
|Production Designer:||Patti Podesta|
|Producers:||Gregg Araki, Andrea Sperling and Why Not Productions|
|Fine Line; R; 85 minutes|
|Cast:||James Duval, Rachel True, Kathleen Robertson, Guillermo Diaz, Jeremy Jordan, Nathan Bexton, Sarah Lassez, Jaason Simmons, Joshua Gibran Mayweather, Mena Suvari, Thyme Lewis, Jordan Ladd and John Ritter|
There's too much going on here to fully draw any one of the characters or their kinky stories. But Nowhere, the final installment in Araki's Teen Apocalypse trilogy, does shock. Most of the film's teenagers are bisexual, and the few heterosexuals are given to outrageous sexual tendencies. To borrow from the title of part one of his series, these kids are Totally F***ed Up. As they speed full throttle into the millennium, this group of LA teens, who have names like Dark, Cowboy and Lucifer, love a lot (and many), do plenty of drugs and pay for their excesses. A twisted trip to nowhere.