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You Hurt My Feelings

Opens on May 26

Director: Nicole Holofcener Run Time: 93 min. Release Year: 2023

Starring: Arian Moayed, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michaela Watkins, Owen Teague, Tobias Menzies

Beth (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a popular writer, and her husband Don, a well-liked teacher, share the kind of relationship that truly, seriously, for the love of God cannot be real: that is, they’re actually in love. Even after decades of marriage, parenting, and their own successful careers, their physical spark has somehow not diminished; in fact, they seem to relish the opportunity to share a single ice cream cone and drive others — including their son, Charlie — mad. Should it come as a surprise then that his own marriage is in crisis? But when Beth discovers that Don has been untruthful to her about his opinion of her work for years — Beth’s world comes crashing down. Has their whole relationship been one Big Fat Lie?

Nicole Holofcener is an American film and television director and screenwriter. She has directed six feature films, including Walking and Talking, Friends with Money and Enough Said, as well as various television series. Along with Jeff Whitty, Holofcener received a 2019 Academy Award nomination for Adapted Screenplaya BAFTAnomination for Best Adapted Screenplayand won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for the film Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018).

“It achieves a level of total stylistic commitment more common in European art cinema than American indies, but with a voice all its own.” ~ Nicolas Rapold, Financial Times

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