At some point we watched this, and I guess I didn’t review it, so we got it again. We start watching it, immediately recognize it, and can’t stop. It’s ingenious in such a wierd way that you can’t help but look. And keep looking. Back and forth. And now I’m cracking up.
6 responses to “Movie: Me and You and Everyone We Know”
it’s been too long. what was it?
I’m sure any therapist would love the games your memory plays with this one! The original is
A digital masterpiece.
ah. so close! a digital, emoticon masterpiece. you should try her book of short stories.
that movie looks stupid and very improbable.
of course, i am cynical fck.
so keystroke masters, can you do what google couldn’t do for me? i want to know what the keystroke is for “ene”, which is the spanish letter n. it has the tielde on top of it.
I use the US – International keyboard in Vista, which translates ‘n or rightAlt-n to Ã±.
This movie seemed more probable to me than any I’ve watched for a while. Most people don’t like probable movies, tho.