Review: The We and the I

(Michel Gondry, 2012)

The We and the I is a typically divergent change of pace for director Michel Gondry, especially after last year’s uncharacteristically flat superhero yarn The Green Hornet, with the French filmmaker eschewing mainstream filmmaking once more. The result is a bustling tale of adolescence, individuality and the alienating effects of pack mentality, which makes full use of its single location and talented cast of unknowns. (Continue reading here)

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