The We and the I

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2012 | 103 minutes | Rated NR

The We and the I is the best film Michel Gondry has made since Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It’s set entirely on a Bronx public bus that’s mostly occupied by teenagers who have just completed their last day of school. However, it’s not so much about the teenagers but the constantly shifting bonds between them. As the teens interact with each other and adults who board the bus, we get a sense of the creative, ethnically mixed energy of the city itself. What comes out of all this is a mode and way of being that is utterly urban. (CHARLES MUDEDE)
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Film Credits
Director
Michel Gondry
Cast
Meghan Murphy, Michael Brodie, Teresa Lynn, Raymond Delgado, Jonathan Ortiz, Jonathan Worrell, Alex Barrios, Laidychen Carrasco, Chenkon Carrasco, Jacob Carrasco, Konchen Carrasco, Raymond Rios, Kenneth Quinones, Amanda Mercado