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3.6
4,375 Ratings

Me and You and Everyone We Know

Directed by Miranda July
United States, 2005
Comedy, Romance

Synopsis

The feature film debut by artist Miranda July about various situations and plots that intertwine. One about a father who is ending his marriage and the other about a video artist desperately trying to get her work in a modern art museum. The film won Caméra d’Or at Cannes.

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Me and You and Everyone We Know Directed by Miranda July

Awards & Festivals

Cannes Film Festival

2005 | 2 wins including: Critics Week Grand Prize

Sundance Film Festival

2005 | Winner: Special Jury Prize (Dramatic Competition)

Critics reviews

[One] character, a middle-aged woman seeking a partner online, finds herself hooked up with a five-year-old boy in the park. Images of flame and precariousness recur—the burning sun, the burning hand, a bright goldfish riding in a plastic bag on a car roof. And yet all is put forward with tenderness and humor.
February 13, 2015
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July’s tender view of these characters borders on the sentimental, especially when it comes to the seven-year-old boy—if only because Ratcliff is a natural and an all but ruthless scene-stealer. Yet the way a couple of these people flee from romantic or sexual intimacy the moment it’s offered suggests that they might be happier living with their fantasies than with the opportunity of fulfilling them.
June 24, 2005
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