Miranda July's "Me and You and Everyone We Know" is a film that with quiet confidence creates a fragile magic.
Online sex and onstage daggering with hype man Skerrit Bwoy: Frances Stark’s work distorts the line between art and life.
He is not interested; he's going through a divorce and is afraid of losing his children. He didn't think lighter fluid really burns you when you do that. She suggests that the block they are walking down is their lives.
And so now they are halfway down the street and halfway through their lives, and before long they will be at the end.
because the story melds two wildly different story lines (and because one of them centers around some pretty kinky sex, and on first sight I seem about as vanilla as it gets).
In the main story, Special Agent Frank Paine hunts an online stalker who’s taunting him with crimes hinting at the agent’s own kinky past.