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One man jams a crucifix into a jar of urine another puts pieces of glass together and hangs a window in a church.
When the characters finally take a chance and step outside their comfort zone, the film reveals small moments of beauty, in a very human, awkward way.
Watch the film by yourself, really think about what's happening and how it can relate to real life, and how some people REALLY ARE quirky or offbeat.
This is one of my favorite movies of all time. I love the soundtrack and imagery. Miranda July is great. It's very eccentric, but still appeals to most audiences. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard A. Brown
This film is a piece of poop that you can pass back and forth, forever, between yourself and people you dislike. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bill the Cat
One of the best films ive seen, an I am not usually a fan of films like this one. People are way too sensitive about this film. Do you guys remember adolescence? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Edwin Caudill
Quirky movie. The story was fun and unexpected while maintaining its dramatic elements. Some excellent one liners and off-color topicsPublished 14 months ago by Meg
Miranda July's music is much like this movie: disjointed, spontaneous, edgy and begging for legitimacy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by JboneCA
Me and you has no unifying plot. It is something of an art film, and we would suggest giving it a pass. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Linda Tebben
Performance art without a spark of wit or grace.
Verbal and physical sexual acting out acted out by young people. Read more
WHY MUST I WRITE WHEN ALL I WANT TO DO IS RATE IT WITH THE STARS? THIS IS WHY DON'T DO THESE THINGS VERY OFTEN.Published 18 months ago by JACK CASPAR
Just a little film that's quirky and different. John Hawkes is one of my favorite actors and, as always, he's perfect in this role. Read morePublished 19 months ago by M. McDonald