The upcoming film You Hurt My Feelings explores the importance of trust, support, and honesty in any relationship, especially when it comes to constructive criticism. Directed and written by Nicole Holofcener, the movie stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a successful but self-doubting novelist named Beth, whose ever-supportive husband Don, played by Tobias Menzies, buoys her through thick and thin. However, when Beth overhears Don’s honest opinion about her latest work, it sends her spiraling into an existential crisis.
A film about adults having adult conversations with a sharp script and funny performances. The movie’s slice-of-life story, combined with Holofcener’s strong grasp of character, promises to be one of the year’s most quietly effective dramas.
Holofcener is known for her work on Enough Said and writing credits for The Last Duel and Can You Ever Forgive Me? The very true-to-life film You Hurt My Feelings is set to hit theaters on May 26th, The newly-released trailer gives a glimpse of Louis-Dreyfus’s captivating performance, as she navigates the ups and downs of life as a writer.
In a world where relationships are complex and challenging, You Hurt My Feelings explores the importance of honesty, trust, and support in making any relationship work. With Louis-Dreyfus’s masterful performance and Holofcener’s excellent storytelling, promises to be a must-see film for anyone who has ever struggled with self-doubt, constructive criticism, or the challenges of long-term relationships.
For a peek at another upcoming film, check out the ‘Sisu’ Trailer.