World premiering this weekend at the Seattle International Film Festival is Max Landis’ directorial debut Me Him Her. The sexual identity comedy is about three millennials trying to figure out love, friendship, sex, and life in present day Hollywood. The film stars Dustin Milligan, Luke Bracey, Emily Meade, Alia Shawkat, Rebecca Drysdale, and Haley Joel Osment.
The other day I sat down with Max Landis for an extended video interview. While I already posted his edition of “Save or Kill”, tomorrow I’ll have him talking about making Me Him Her and how he put together the great cast. Until then, we’re happy to premiere the first clip, which is a sequence that takes place at the beginning of the film between Milligan and Bracey.
Here’s the Me Him Her clip followed by where you can see the film this weekend, some filmmaker info, and the official synopsis:
World Premiere @ SIFF 2015
Friday June 5th | 7:00 pm @ Harvard ExitSaturday
June 6th | 1:00 pm @ AMC Pacific Place 11.
- Written and Directed by: Max Landis
- Produced by: Marc Turtletaub, Peter Saraf
- Cinematographer: Ross Riege
- Editor: Joe Landauer
- Production Designer: Katie Byron
- Music: Andrew Dost
- Run Time: 98 Minutes
Max Landis (screenwriter, Chronicle), makes his highly anticipated directorial debut with Me Him Her, a comedy of errors, manners, and fencing for three millennials trying to figure out love, friendship, sex, identity, and life in the fantastical world of L.A. Starring Dustin Milligan (Extract), Luke Bracey (Point Break), Emily Meade (“The Leftovers”), Alia Shawkat (“Arrested Development”), and Rebecca Drysdale (“The Big Gay Sketch Show”), with a wild cameo turn from Haley Joel Osment (Tusk), this wildly original tale speaks an authentic and universal language of youth.