Me and You (2012)

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An introverted teenager tells his parents he is going on a ski trip, but instead spends his time alone in a basement.




  • Tea Falco in Me and You (2012)
  • Jacopo Olmo Antinori in Me and You (2012)
  • David Cronenberg at an event for Me and You (2012)
  • Tea Falco and Jacopo Olmo Antinori at an event for Me and You (2012)
  • Bernardo Bertolucci in Me and You (2012)
  • Tea Falco and Jacopo Olmo Antinori in Me and You (2012)

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21 December 2018 | paul2001sw-1
| A small, sweet story of loneliness and redemption
Bernarod Bertolucci's final film feels more like the movie of a younger director: it's protagonists are youthful, the budget is low and there are few special effects or tricks, the story is simple and not overcooked. But I liked this tale of a shy teenager who camps out in a basement when supposed to be going ski-ing, and who gets a shock when his troubled sister turns up. Parts of what follows are a little cliched, but the basic feel of the film imparts a sense of honesty and genuineness. I liked it a lot, although it's a long way from 'The Last Emperor' or 'Last Tango in Paris'.

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