Trailer Debuts For Bernardo Bertolucci’s Me And You


There are directors, and then there are legendary auteurs like the great and beloved Bernardo Bertolucci. And now, for the first time in nine years, the director is back with a new film, and there is even a trailer to prove it.

The first trailer for the director’s upcoming picture, Me And You, has arrived, and it’s a beauty.

Using no dialogue at all, we become privy to a world of style, that follows the story of a young boy who skips out on a class trip only to run into his half-sister, a recovering drug addict, who is trying to kick her habit.

Now, while reviews for the film weren’t as over the moon as one would hope coming out of its Out Of Competition debut at Cannes last year, hopes are still very high for this film. With Bertolucci behind the camera, this is definitely one film to keep a keen eye out for, despite the film not having domestic distribution. The film will bow on April 19 in the UK, so a US release shouldn’t be too far off. Or, at least one would imagine. Check out the trailer below.

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