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Me and You and Everyone We Know

Successfully cross-pollinating quirky rom-com with ensemble drama, performance artist Miranda July's debut feature navigates the tricky waters of intimate relationships. July herself plays Christine, an aspiring artist with a day job who crosses paths with the recently divorced Richard (John Hawkes). While they fumble their way into a relationship, Richard's sons deal with their own problems - his seven-year-old is browsing internet chat rooms, and his 14-year-old is, well, 14. Winner of Best First Film at Cannes, this winsome comedy was an international festival hit.

Year: 2004
Genre: Art House Cinema, Comedy, Comedy Romance, Romance, Film Festivals 2005, 2006
Country: UK, USA
Director: Miranda July
Starring: John Hawkes, Miranda July, Miles Thompson, Brandon Ratcliff, Carlie Westerman
Duration: 87 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Sexual content may offend
7.3/10
Location in store: Highlights

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