In a moving depiction of this vibrant city, director Julia Solomonoff’s touching feature presents a portrait of immigrant
solitude. Nico faces the difficulty of finding not only a home but also himself amidst this indifferent metropolis.
NOBODY’S WATCHING questions how we adjust when we lose our audience. Nico is a famous actor in Argentina,
but in New York, nobody takes any notice of him whatsoever. After giving up a successful career in his home
country for a chance to make it in the Big Apple, he needs to juggle bartending, babysitting and odd jobs to keep
Co-presented and hosted by Gay Night at Pathe de Munt and Roze Filmdagen.
Enjoy a glass of wine before the screening courtesy of the Argentinian embassy.