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Me and You and Everyone We Know
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Me and You and Everyone We Know 2005

Me and You and Everyone We Know is a poetic and penetrating observation of how people struggle to connect with one another in an isolating and contemporary world. Christine Jesperson is a lonely artist and eEldercab driver who uses her fantastical artistic visions to draw her aspirations and objects of desire closer to her. Richard Swersey (John Hawkes), a newly single shoe salesman and father of two boys, is prepared for amazing things to happen. But when he meets the captivating Christine, he panics. Life is not so oblique for Richard's seven-year-old Robby, who is having a risqué internet romance with a stranger, and his fourteen- year-old brother Peter who becomes the guinea pig for neighborhood girls— practicing for their future of romance and marriage. (read more)

Release Date:June 17th, 2005
Directed By:
No image existsMiranda July
Written By:
No image existsMiranda July
No image existsEllen Geer
John HawkesJohn Hawkes
No image existsMiranda July
Brad William HenkeBrad William Henke
No image existsCarlie Westerman
No image existsNajarra Townsend
No image existsJordan Potter
No image existsBrandon Ratcliff
No image existsJason Rice
No image existsNatasha Slayton
No image existsMiles Thompson

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Me and You and Everyone We Know Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (5/4/2007)

I have never really been a fan of artsy movies, especially the pretentious self-involved films of, say, a Vincent Gallo. Luckily, this film by performance artist Miranda July is certainly artsy, but it is also pulsating with heart.

The film follows July playing a performance artist that becomes interested in a shoe...

(complete Me and You and Everyone We Know review by Jessica Film Junkie)

Me and You and Everyone We Know Movie Review by AJ (4/13/2006)

Indie art films have been around for so long that they have their own predictable patterns and clichés. All of the quirks that initially made these films so special have now been tread and retread over and over, bored into the minds of the audience. Don't you wish that independent filmmakers knew that? Last year's sweet,...

(complete Me and You and Everyone We Know review by AJ)

Me and You and Everyone We Know Movie Review by Seth C (2/6/2006)

"Me and You and Everyone We Know" is not a film for everybody (for a clear picture of that fact, check out the film's other reviews right here on matchflick). The film is structured ever so slightly, never really getting a true feel for it's characters or their purpose in life. The film is free-verse, going from scene to...

(complete Me and You and Everyone We Know review by Seth C)

Me and You and Everyone We Know Movie Review by Scott (8/7/2005)

This is quite possible the worst independent film ever created

This movie has no plot, it's just a story about screwed up people in suburbia. There really isn't much more to say as far as the plot goes. It's random, it's disturbing, it's stupid, and ultimately it doesn't make any damn sense and nothing gets explained.


(complete Me and You and Everyone We Know review by Scott)

Me and You and Everyone We Know Movie Review by Andy (8/3/2005)

Banal plot, dialogue written by a mental patient (who strikes up conversations about 'having a life together' with people they met for 2 minutes?), and the scant bits of passable humor revolve around pedophilia.

I read a review that called it "this year's 'Sideways'", which it is: an overhyped, pointless and completely...

(complete Me and You and Everyone We Know review by Andy)

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