This sweet, unique and engaging film stars the lovely and fetching Kim Shaw as Becca and Adam Shapiro as Miles. As the film opens, Miles, who has recently broken up with his long-term fiancé, is lying immobilized in bed, licking his wounds. Mile’s concerned roommate calls Becca to come over and rescue him. Becca finally coaxes Miles out of bed, and then they embark on a day-long journey throughout Los Angeles, sans cell phones, computers, and cars, to work things out.
It’s a lovely film and one that shows the many sides of Los Angeles not often seen on film. We live in a remarkable, diverse city, and it’s a pleasure to see so many sides of our city so lovingly photographed. This film also discusses relationships, life goals, love and marriage, in a light and enjoyable way while you simultaneously enjoy a visual tour of our City of Angels.
This most enjoyable romantic comedy is the directorial debut of Jesse Shapiro. The acting is natural and spontaneous, and the film is also pleasantly photographed and scored.
Nobody Walks in LA opens today, November 18th at the Laemmle Wilshire Music Hall Theatre in Beverly Hills, and On Demand thereafter. For more information and to view the trailer, visit the film’s website at www.nobodywalksinla.com.