Me, you and everyone we know is not a film me and you already know. It is a strange film. And very touching. Christine (Miranda July) is a video-artists looking for love and for a museum to exhibit her works. When she meets shoe salesman Richard she falls in love. Richard has just seperated and has two sons, one of them played by 7-year old Brandon Ratcliff, who is incredibly funny.
Some people I know thought this film was irritating. I however really liked it and although it is clear that Miranda July directs for the first time, it gives the film sometimes a charming clumsiness. Some things (like a few bizarre, almost pedophile post-modern sex scenes) could be considered bad taste, but Miranda July treats everything elegantly. The dreamy soundtrack by Michael Andrews (composer of the Donnie Darko soundtrack). Miranda July keeps a blog that reflects her healthily deranged view on this planet.