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Me and You and Everyone We Know
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Directed By
Miranda July

Written By:
Miranda July

Cast:
Ellen Geer, John Hawkes, Miranda July, Brad William Henke, Carlie Westerman, Najarra Townsend, Jordan Potter, Brandon Ratcliff, Jason Rice, Natasha Slayton, Miles Thompson

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Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)
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Movie Review by Andy
August 3rd, 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 unentertaining movie.

The two main protagonists are a man who thinks self-immolation is a reasonable way to celebrate his wife and kids moving out and a girl who pretty much begins stalking him immediately between video taping one-woman commentary to photographs and trying to sell the tapes to a art museum. They, despite unbelievable awkwardness around each other, fall in love. In between, two teenage girls are harrassed by a 30yo sicko, and a 5yo kid meets a friend in an adult-themed chatroom.

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