A couple of months ago I was turned onto the notion of the movie Me and You and Everyone We Know by tinyluckygenius, but I missed that showing at Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival so I had no idea when I might see this indie movie. Over those last few months I've been following along on writer/director/actor Miranda July's blog as she traveled with the film and and shared emails from the frightfully clever young actor Brandon Ratcliff and won the Camera d'Orr at Cannes. And then a few weeks ago the great news, Chicago is a "select city"*. And then last night, Erica and I went on a real date and went to La Creperie and then across the street to see Me and You and Everyone We Know. It might have been the bottle of L'Ecole No 41 Semillon we split, but we both thought it was wonderful. I teared up at the end, I'm not too proud to say. And I'm not sure why I can even say it was so great -- it was funny in parts, certainly, and so much of it didn't make sense, but it was so right. And since I've made this such a link-heavy post already, I'll point out Jessica's update about the movie, and Roger Ebert's review, and the Learning to Love You More website (a co-project of Miranda's) that gives you art assignments.