Skip to main content

Me and you and everyone we know

USA, 2005 (MIFF 2005, International Panorama)

Director: Miranda July

Me and you and everyone we know
"With her incredibly auspicious debut feature, acclaimed multimedia performance artist Miranda July makes the leap to feature filmmaking with such skill and original vision it's hard not to feel a tremor of excitement" - Sundance Film Festival "July stars as Christine, a would-be artist and full-time Elder Cab (taxis for Seniors) driver who falls in love at first sight with a divorcee shoe salesman, Richard. It also involves two sexually curious teenage girls, a solemn neighbor, a dirty old man, some art curators, and me and you." - Film Threat "Miranda July writes dialog that you have never heard anybody say before, and yet you believe these characters would say it. We are involved because the movie, with perfect control of tone and an insidiously haunting soundtrack, weaves us into its world. I have rarely felt so contained by a film. Delicate, tender, poetic, and yet so daring in some of its scenes that you sit in uncertain suspense, wondering if July can get away with her audacity. She can. She knows exactly what she's doing." - Chicago Sun-Times [Me and You and Everyone We Know] featured in Critics' Week at this year's Cannes Film Festival and picked up the Camera d'Or.
D/S Miranda July P Gina Kwon WS IFC Films TD 35mm/col/2005/90mins Miranda July was born in Barre, USA, in 1974. [You and Me and Everyone We Know] (MIFF 05) is her first feature film.

See also...


"Brandishes poetic insights and imaginative flights." - Hollywood Reporter ... Miranda July's highly anticipated new film occupies the same playful and offbeat universe as her acclaimed debut ... More »

The Amateurist

The Amateurist slides along the edges of horror and satire to create an unsettling portrait of a woman on the brink of technologically-driven madness. Miranda July's performance is split between a ... More »


A trio of suburban 12-year-olds deal with the traumas of adolescence, as the death of a peer sends shockwaves through their lives in Michael Cuesta's latest offering. Insecure and self-conscious ... More »


“Not since Woody Allen's Radio Days has anyone created such a cinematic Valentine to the wonderfully imaginative medium of radio as A Prairie Home Companion.” - Hollywood Reporter Protean ... More »


“Soderbergh and screenwriter Coleman Hough aren't interested in creating a coy whodunit so much as evoking the deeper, less romantic mysteries of people - and it's riveting.” - Washington Post ... More »


The Hawk is Dying screened as part of Director's Fortnight at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Character actor of the moment Paul Giamatti (Sideways, Cinderella Man) turns in another consummate ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director