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Me and You and Everyone We Know
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Directed By
Miranda July

Written By:
Miranda July

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 Jessica Film Junkie
May 4th, 2007

Sweet Little Indy

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 salesman (John Hawkes, 'Deadwood's Mr. Star) who is recovering from a divorce while dealing with his two sons who are exploring their own sexuality.

This is a film about human connection, about trying to start a life with someone else and waiting for them to see you standing there. It is a film about appreciating moments and respecting someone else's experiences.

This is not a film for everyone. You might find it aggravating, frustrating and dull. But in the right mood, this film is like a sweet little song that returns to your mind just before you go to sleep. This movie is a poem, at times angry, disturbing and raw, but with a distinct sense of innocence that remains with you long after the credits roll.

(I must give a shout out to Matthew Kistenmacher, a friend of mine from film school who was an electrician on this film. Great job, Matt!)

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