Michel Gondry's "The We and the I," which debuted at Cannes without making much noise (or receiving much praise), is still managing at 71% Fresh score on RottenTomatoes. When the film comes out in New York March 8 and Los Angeles March 22 courtesy of Paladin, it may find its audience. "The We and the I" was was shot mostly on a bus, using non-actors from an after school arts program in the Bronx; they play themselves within the confines of a playful script.
The Playlist called the film "a testing, patronizing let-down." The director, who is best known for "The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," spoke with Indiewire at Cannes.
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