Me, You, Them


1h 47m 2000

Brief Synopsis

A fictitious recount based on a true story... In Russia, a poor, desolate and dry settlement in the arid backlands of northeast Brazil, Darlene Linhares is a woman who wants it all. The mother of two, Darlene gets what she wants by taking three "husbands." With more sensuality than physical beauty a

Film Details

Also Known As
Et tu eles, Eu tu eles, Eu, tu, eles, La Vie peu ordinaire de Dona Linhares, Me, You, Them, Moi, toi et eux, Vie peu ordinaire de Dona Linhares, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Columbia Pictures; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Distribution Company
Cts; Id Distribution; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Trigon Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

A fictitious recount based on a true story... In Russia, a poor, desolate and dry settlement in the arid backlands of northeast Brazil, Darlene Linhares is a woman who wants it all. The mother of two, Darlene gets what she wants by taking three "husbands." With more sensuality than physical beauty and a voracious appetite for men, Darlene wins the attention of her husband, the older, wealthy Osias; Zezinho, Osias' sweet and amiable cousin; and Ciro, a young handsome field worker. The men, each captivated by her, learn to live with and compliment each other in a uniquely unconventional situation.

Crew

Suzana Amaral

Sundance Script Supervisor

Denise Bandeira

Sundance Script Supervisor

Mark Berger

Mixer

Miriam Biderman

Supervising Sound Editor

Pedro Buarque De Hollada

Production

Luiz Carlos Vasconcelos

Song ("Boi Da Cara Preta")

Bianca Costa

Post-Production Coordinator

Banda De Casa Nova

Songs ("Facilita" "A Volta Da Asa Branca" "Petrolina Juazeiro")

Grupo Senhor Do Bonfim

Songs ("Assum Preto" "O Ultimo Pau De Arara")

Sergio Do Forro

Songs ("A Feira De Caruaru" "Qui Nem Gilo")

Heraldo Do Monte

Other

Mariza Figueiredo

Executive Producer

Antonio Carlos Fontoura

Sundance Script Supervisor

Marcos Franca

Production Manager

Flora Gil

Associate Producer

Gilberto Gil

Music; Vocals

Gilberto Gil

Songs ("O Amor Daqui De Casa" "Casinha Feliz" "Lamento Sertanejo" "As Pegadas Do Amor")

Tarjino Gondim E Banda

Song ("Esperando Na Janela")

Luiz Gonzaga

Songs ("Asa Branca" "Capim Novo" "Juazeiro")

Curtis Hanson

Sundance Script Supervisor

Claudia Kopke

Costume Designer

Vicente Kubrusly

Editor

Katia Lund

Assistant Director

Pedro Monteiro De Barros

Production

Chico Neves

Bass/Keyboards/Theremin

Chico Neves

Recording

Beatriz Novaro

Sundance Script Supervisor

Fernando Pintassilgo

Other

Earl Pomerantz

Sundance Script Supervisor

Edward Pomerantz

Sundance Script Supervisor

Breno Silveira

Director Of Photography

Elena Soarez

Screenwriter

Eliana Soarez

Production Controller

Flavio R Tambellini

Producer

Jacquie Turner

Other

Mark Van Der Willigen

Sound

Toni Vanzolini

Production Designer

Moreno Veloso

Other

Hermano Vianna

Musical Research

Andrucha Waddington

Production

Film Details

Also Known As
Et tu eles, Eu tu eles, Eu, tu, eles, La Vie peu ordinaire de Dona Linhares, Me, You, Them, Moi, toi et eux, Vie peu ordinaire de Dona Linhares, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Columbia Pictures; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Distribution Company
Cts; Id Distribution; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Trigon Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Shown at Valladolid International Film Festival October 20-28, 2000.

Shown at Calcutta Film Festival November 10-17, 2000.

Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival November 12-21, 2000.

Shown at Hamburg Film Festival December 2000.

Shown at Sydney Film Festival June 8-22, 2001.

Released in United States Spring March 2, 2001 (NY, LA)

Released in United States March 16, 2001 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video September 11, 2001

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Hamburg Film Festival September 25 - October 1, 2000.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Tokyo International Film Festival October 28 - November 5, 2000.)

Released in United States August 2000 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 13-27, 2000.)

Released in United States October 2000 (Shown at Valladolid International Film Festival October 20-28, 2000.)

Released in United States November 2000 (Shown at Calcutta Film Festival November 10-17, 2000.)

Winner of the Upcoming Talent Award (Andrucha Waddington) at the 2000 Hamburg Film Festival.

Winner of two awards, including Best Picture and Best Actress (Regina Case), at the 2000 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

Released in United States Spring March 2, 2001

Released in United States March 16, 2001

Released in United States on Video September 11, 2001

Released in United States 2000

Released in United States August 2000

Released in United States October 2000

Released in United States November 2000

Released in United States December 2000

Released in United States 2001

Released in United States June 2001

Shown at Hamburg Film Festival September 25 - October 1, 2000.

Shown at Tokyo International Film Festival October 28 - November 5, 2000.

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 13-27, 2000.

Released in United States December 2000 (Shown at Hamburg Film Festival December 2000.)

Released in United States June 2001 (Shown at Sydney Film Festival June 8-22, 2001.)

Released in United States 2001 (World Cinema)

Released in United States November 2000 (Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival November 12-21, 2000.)