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Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)

A lonely shoe salesman and an eccentric performance artist struggle to connect in this unique take on contemporary life.
This film will screen in house starting August 21st. More details to follow.
(R, 91 min.)


Friday, August 21, 2020

6:30 PM

Saturday, August 22, 2020

5:00 PM

With this compassionate, startling comedy that could have come from no other artistic sensibility, the brilliant Miranda July reveals a world both familiar and strange—an original vision of creativity, sexuality, childhood, and loneliness that emerges from a series of braided vignettes around a pair of potential lovers: Richard, a newly single shoe salesman and father of two (John Hawkes), and Christine, a lonely video artist and “Eldercab” driver (July). While they take hesitant steps toward romance, Richard’s sons follow their own curiosity toward their first sexual experiences, online and in real life, venturing into uncharted territories in their attempts to connect with others. Playful and profoundly transgressive, Me and You and Everyone We Know is a poetic look at the tortuous routes we take to intimacy in an isolating world, and the moments of magic and redemption that unite us. [Criterion]

Starring: John Hawkes, Miranda July, Miles Thompson
Director: Miranda July
Genre(s): Comedy, Drama

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"Miranda July's Me and You and Everyone We Know is a film that with quiet confidence creates a fragile magic."

— Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

"Totally original yet filled with familiar human frailties, "Everyone" leaps off the screen to become one of those rare movie-going experiences."

— Ruthe Stein, San Francisco Chronicle

"Performance artist Miranda July hits a grand slam as the writer, director and star of her first film. It's a moonbeam romance laced with startling wit and gravity."

— Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

"Every so often, a movie blindsides you, leaving you feeling different, enlightened, possibly even improved. Me and You and Everyone We Know is such a movie."

— Peter Debruge, Premiere

"By turns comic and tender, tragic and absurd. But throughout, it gives off what is surely one of the greatest of moviegoing pleasures -- the sense of an artist seeing the world from some private vantage that is as original as it is truthful."

— Scott Foundas, L.A. Weekly

"A film of indescribable and often unmentionable charm, Me and You and Everyone We Know is one of those completely unexpected artistic experiences, a work from an unknown with such a compelling, unique perspective that it boggles and inspires."

— Tom Long, Detroit News