Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)

Even better than I remember. Despite being extremely mid-2000s in it’s aesthetic, the examination of 21st century loneliness is as relevant now as it was then, if not moreso. Great performances fully realize the self-consciously silly script and create a universe where everyone is sensitive and sympathetic, without feeling forced. This is a feat attempted but not always achieved by the myriad other twee indie dramedies of the era.

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