Me, Myself and Her
Marina and Federica have been together for five years. They live in a gorgeous apartment in Rome, they share the same bed, they use the same face cream, they make love, they fight.
Marina has it all: she’s beautiful, sexy and funny. Once a popular and loved actress, today she successfully runs a healthy food restaurant. She’s an independent, self-confident and curious woman, who knows what she wants and has no doubts about her sexuality. She likes women and she loves Federica.
Federica is a busy respected architect with a marriage behind her and a grown up son in his twenties. Marina is the first and only woman of her life. Federica is overly discreet and very different from Marina.
When Federica runs into an old flame, she starts to question her life. Will she and Marina stay together?
- Italian with English subtitles
|“With a light tone, this warm look at the everyday struggles of two people to build a life together strikes a universal chord.” – The Brattle Theater|
|“Striking a mature balance between comedy and drama, Tognazzi finds the universal chord in her characters’ romantic struggles and delicately unfolds an affectionate story of love and compassion, graciously observing tempestuous hearts searching for their true home.”– Frameline|
|“The acting is uniformly excellent. With an assured blend of comedy and drama, it’s one of the best date films of the festival.”– SF Gate.com|
|“Blending light-as-a-soufflé comedy, postcard-perfect views of Italy, and witty observations on the challenges that all couples face, this irresistible romance is as refreshing as a Mediterranean vacation.” – Lincoln Film Society|