With its sweet teen coupling and ardent devotion to music, NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST feels like the cinematic equivalent of a mixtape made by John Hughes and Cameron Crowe. But the film is actually directed by Peter Sollett, who earned praise for his debut feature, RAISING VICTOR VARGAS. This studio-produced comedy is a bit shinier and more polished, but it still has hints of the authenticity that made his first film so well loved. NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST centres on two New Jersey teens, newly single Nick (Michael Cera, JUNO) and his fellow music lover Norah (Kat Dennings, CHARLIE BARTLETT), who meet at Nick's band's show in New York City. Their very long night in the city is driven by two searches: one for a secret concert by their favourite band, Where's Fluffy; and a second for Norah's irresponsible and drunk friend Caroline (Ari Graynor, in what should be a star-making performance). The pair bounce through the streets of New York in Nick's Yugo and his bandmate's van, bonding over their shared love of music, while their exes threaten their new romance.
- Director and Cast Commentary
- Director and Writers Commentary
- Deleted & Alternate Scenes
- A Nick & Norah Puppet Show by Kat Dennings
- Ari Graynor's Video Diary: A Look Behind-the-Scenes
- Storyboard Animations with optional commentary
- Storyboard Animation Piece
- Faux Interview with Kat Dennings and Eddie Kaye Thomas
- Peter Sollett's Photo Album
- Music Video: "Middle Management" by Bishop Allen
Release Date: 25 May 2009
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
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