Somewhere (2010)


The lead character is rich, famous, and easily fucks ultra-hot women, yet the only bright thing in his life seems to be her beloved daughter (who is given a flawless portrayal). This feeling of purposelessness is well-punctuated by Sofia Coppola's superb direction of loong takes and a story where nearly nothing happens. I like the movie more than the director's earlier Lost in Translation, which covered similar territory, and the lead is far more interesting, and movie does not have that irritating Japanese tv host.