Me, You and Everyone We Know

three stars out of five When this film started, I felt a bit of a sinking feeling. Was this a self-consciously ‘whacky’ film with obvious ‘kooky’ characters that would quickly become very tiresome?

Well, no, it turned out to be a surprisingly heart-warming tale about relationships and the connections we make with each other.

Don’t expect fast pace or racy dialogue. It moves pretty slowly and at times may seem to be going nowhere but try to stick with it. By the end, I felt that all the pieces had come together, made a kind of sense and left me feeling glad I’d watched it.

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