More praise for Nobody Else But You, from Cinema Sentries:
“I have been raving about how much Nobody Else but You feels like a Coen brothers’ film crossed with David Lynch. Honestly, though, it doesn’t feel like either. It’s almost as if Hustache-Mathieu were trying to emulate both, and found his own style somewhere in between. There are definite nods to the Coens and Lynch, but the film stands on its own. Unfortunately – sadly – it is French, which means that it will not get the recognition it deserves. We can only hope that it goes the route of Amelie, and becomes a classic in its own right.
Nobody Else but You saw a New York premiere on May 11, and will be opening in several cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles and Boston (June 8), Santa Fe (June 22), San Francisco/Berkley (July 6), Washington DC (August 3), Philadelphia (August 10), and Minneapolis (August 24). If you are in the area, go see it! Seriously. I can’t say enough about this marvelous piece of cinema.”
Meanwhile, blogger Film Noir Blonde commented, ‘I saw it last year and it’s very good, far better than Dark Shadows (the new Tim Burton/Johnny Depp movie.)’