Araki's 'Nowhere' is an unapologetic celebration of deviance. Throughout the short 85 minute runtime, we see all forms of deviance, whether it be standard sexually deviant behaviour, substance abuse, or queerness, Araki brings up all of these concepts, which normally society would attempt to hide or minimize, and celebrates them.
The imagery is sharp, the dialogue is odd, and the characters are quite over the top. 'Nowhere' is a no holds barred adrenaline-fueled party, and it is fun as fuck. Even in the face of what seems to be the apocalypse, nothing will stop good old-fashioned youthful deviance.