Me & You uses the not entirely original gimmick of a single vantage point and has a somewhat predictable storyline which sticks firmly within gender stereotypes.
But despite that, it’s still a sweet and moving film.
With very little dialogue, the film uses the tender movements between the two characters, the bedroom setting and the charming score to draw us into their relationship from our ceiling spyhole. Done intelligently with humour, the film is raised from the potentially mundane into the entertaining.
Me & You is a film which celebrates the little things that make a relationship; and the little things that break it.
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CAST: Jesse Rutherford, Georgia Clarke-Day
DIRECTOR: Jack Tew
WRITER: Jack Tew
SYNOPSIS: A heart-warming condensation of an entire relationship in seven minutes from the single vantage point of above a man’s bedroom.