Went to see Me, You, and Everyone We
Know last night. I think it was my 18th, and perhaps last, film of the festival. It's an endearing and
unsuspectingly mesmerizing character-driven drama—the kind of film people search for at Sundance. The film works on so
many levels, and people at Sundance have been buzzing about it all week so it's appropriate that it is the last film
Turns out the star, writer, and director, Miranda July (right), worked on the story along with me for Center of the World—although we never met before Sundance 2005. From what I understand she consulted on the sex, and I consulted on the dotcom stuff—small world.
I'll have a full review up shortly, today I'm going to do some boarding and reflect on the films I've seen, before finishing up my final 10 reviews.