No glam far and wide: At Johnny Marco's hotel bed, go-go girls writhe on their portable poles, trying to keep the aging screen star from falling asleep. Johnny phones in his PR junkets, bored out of his wits and way out of his depth. He's bombarded by virulent text messages from forgotten romances, doing doughnuts in his black Ferrari outside Tinseltown till his tires smoke. But when his eleven-year old daughter Cleo checks in for a few days longer than expected, Johnny's sweet like of luxury suddenly jumps the rails.
Cast: Stephen Dorff, Elle Fanning, Chris Pontius, Michelle Monaghan, Lala Sloatman
Screenplay: Sofia Coppola
Director of Photography: Harris Savides
Film Editor: Sarah Flack
Production Designer: Anne Ross
Costume Design: Stacey Battat
Sound: Richard Beggs
Producer: Sofia Coppola, G. Mac Brown, Roman Coppola, Jordan Stone
Production Company: American Zoetrope
Distributor: Tobis Film GmbH
Director: Sofia Coppola
Sofia Coppola was born in New York City in 1971 to Eleanor and Francis Ford Coppola. When she was just a few weeks old, her father cast der as Baby Michael Corleone in THE GODFATHER (1972). She continued to act in films like PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED (1986) and STAR WARS: EPISODE 1 – THE PHANTOM MENACE (1999). She became world-famous as a writer-director with THE VIRGIN SUICIDES (1999) and LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003), which earned her a Golden Globe as well as an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. SOMEWHERE won the Gold Lion in Venice 2010. Sofia Coppola often deals with the emotional void beneath glittery surfaces, and the gilded cages of the rich and famous.