TRIBECA 2017 REVIEWS: Julia Solomonoff’s NOBODY’S WATCHING sidesteps escapist gags or Oscar-hounding histrionics, delivering subtle realism, patiently uncomfortable scenes, and a whole lot of empathy

TRIBECA 2017 REVIEWS: Julia Solomonoff’s NOBODY’S WATCHING sidesteps escapist gags or Oscar-hounding histrionics, delivering subtle realism, patiently uncomfortable scenes, and a whole lot of empathy

Few things hurt the same way as being really good at something, and not being able to get a job doing it. Julia Solomonoff’s Nobody’s Watching is a funny and sad film about a fish-out-of-water Argentine TV actor trying to make it in the big time of New...