Hi all,

I know, I know, it's TRIBECA TIME!! And you all are swamped, and if I ask you to watch one more film you just might need to gouge your eyes out or send me a symbol-filled sentence...


This film is one you WANT to see, trust me. I am aware that I usually send you info on "sobering" social issue documentaries that can weary the mind and soul even when they are "necessary news," so now I want to give a chance to really laugh out loud at this enticing French thriller.

So PLEASE do try to come to the press screening next Tuesday night. If you can't, please let me know if you would come if I schedule another screening at the beginning of May. Yes, I can send you a screener, but really it would be more fun to hear you all laugh together.

So, let me know. And good luck with Tribeca! I salute you.


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Contact: Kelly Hargraves
(323) 662-1930
First Run Features Announces Theatrical Premiere of

Opening at New York's Cinema Village on May 11, 2012

New York Press Screening

Tuesday, April 24th at 6 p.m.
Magno Sound & Video, Review #2 | 729 7th Ave. (b/t 48th St. & 49th St.)

RSVP to: kelly.hargraves@firstrunfeatures.com

Screeners also available

The neo-noir French thriller Nobody Else But You is a risqué murder mystery with a comedic sensibility that recalls Fargo and Twin Peaks. Nuanced performances by acclaimed French actors Jean-Paul Rouve and Sophie Quinton enrich the offbeat story of a best-selling crime writer and a dead beauty Queen who channels Marilyn Monroe, played out among the stylishly shot backdrop of Eastern France's gorgeous winter landscapes.

First Run Features will open Nobody Else But You on May 11, 2012 at New York's Cinema Village, as well as in Seattle, to be followed by openings in several other cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles and Boston (June 8), Santa Fe (June 22), San Francisco/Berkeley (July 6), Washington DC (August 3), Philadelphia (August 10) and Minneapolis (August 24).

David Rousseau (Rouve) is a bestselling crime novelist from Paris with writer's block. Candice Lecouer (Quinton) is a troubled beauty and regional celebrity made famous by the "Belle de Jura" cheese company's ad campaigns. Candice also is convinced she is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe. The two will come togther in the coldest village in France - when Rousseve witnesses Candice's lifeless body being removed from a wintry grave. Reality turns out to be stranger than fiction as Rousseau uncovers the truth about Candice's past...and her possible murder.

Filmmaker Gérald Hustache-Mathieu was born in 1968 in Grenoble, France. His directorial debut, the award winning short film Peau de vache ("Cowhide"), played nearly 50 film festivals and was nominated for the 2002 San Francisco Golden Gate Award and the 2001 European Film Award. It won the 2003 César Award for Best Short Film. His second short, La chatte andalouse, was nominated for a César in 2004. Hustache-Mathieu's first feature length film, Avril ("April in Love"), was released in France in 2006. Nobody Else But You ("Poupoupidou") is the director's fourth film, and his fourth to star his favorite actress, Sophie Quinton. The film received a Gold Hugo nomination for Best Feature at the 2011 Chicago International Film Festival.

"A hint of Twin Peaks and a large helping of the Coen Brothers in this offbeat, cleverly crafted
French thriller...perhaps the closest thing to Fargo to come along in a long while."
- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter

"A neo-noir thriller that combines mystery, noir, sex and more than a little French eccentricity
and joie de vivre. Overall, the film is a strange delight, with a great soundtrack to match."
- Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Twitch

"Subversive with an offbeat sense of humor. A Gallic twist on a Coen brothers film."
- Boyd van Hoeij, Variety

"Risqué, tart, quirky comedy. There's much to enjoy in this stylishly shot movie."
- Susannah Straughan, Sound on Sight

"Delightfully frothy and darkly humorous. Combines the legacy of Marilyn Monroe and pulp crime fiction to deliver a playful, quirky comedy." - Sara Hemrajani, The Film Pilgrim

"Conjures a distinct Lynchian vibe...deceptively clever!" - David O'Connell, 20/20 Filmsight

"One of the most purely enjoyable films of recent years... Raymond Chandler done with the spirit of Chaplin. Perfectly balancing sex appeal, humour and emotional depth, Sophie Quinton proves herself as a performer
of considerable skill and range."
- Michael Ewins, FlickFeast

102 minutes, 35mm & digital, 2.35:1, Dolby SRD, French w/English subtitles, 2011
Director: Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
Writer: Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
Photography: Pierre Cottereau
Original score: Stéphane Lopez
Producer: Isabelle Madelaine
David Rousseau: Jean-Paul Rouve
Candice Lecoeur: Sophie Quinton
Brigadier Bruno Leloup: Guillaume Gouix
Complete cast & credits on our website

Press kit, photos & more available at www.firstrunfeatures.com/nobodyelsebutyou_press.html

Additional Playdates & Press Contacts
Date City Venue Press Contact (click to email)
May 11, 2012 New York, NY Cinema Village Kelly Hargraves
May 11, 2012 Seattle, WA Landmark Theatres Chris Principio
June 8, 2012 Los Angeles, CA Landmark Nuart Steve Indig
June 8, 2012 Boston, MA Landmark Kendall Stephanie Kagan
June 22, 2012 Santa Fe, NM The Screen Peter Grendle
July 6, 2012 San Francisco, CA Landmark Lumiere Steve Indig
July 6, 2012 Berkeley, CA Landmark Shattuck Steve Indig
August 3, 2012 Washington, DC Landmark E Street Stephanie Kagan
August 10, 2012 Philadelphia, PA Landmark Ritz Bourse Stephanie Kagan
August 24, 2012 Minneapolis, MN Landmark Theatres Hugh Wronski