Me Myself I (2000)

Me Myself I (2000)

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Most people have regrets in life, and many would like to find out how things would be if they had done a few things differently, but few people ever get to do anything about it. Pamela Drury (Rachel Griffiths), however, gets just that chance. While she has a solid career as a journalist, Pamela is single and very depressed about it -- so much so that on her birthday she tries to commit suicide in her bathtub, but fails miserably. The next day Pamela spots a woman who could be her double, and she sees that she's married to Robert (David Roberts), an old flame she often wishes she had married when she had the chance 13 years earlier. After a brief encounter with her doppelganger, the other woman disappears and Pamela is mistaken for Robert's wife; she decides to go along for the ride, complete with three children and a home in the suburbs. Pamela quickly discovers that life as a housewife is not all she imagined it to be (especially cleaning up after the baby), and while Pamela has high hopes of some romantic evenings with Robert, it's obvious that the spark was smothered in this marriage some time ago. Curiously enough, Pamela now finds that her best friend is suddenly single, and Ben (Sandy Winton), a man who had shown a bit of interest in Pamela before, is now quite keen on finding out if she would cheat on her husband. This fantasy was enthusiastically received at the Telluride, Boston, and Toronto Film Festivals in 1999. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Rating:
R (Sexuality and some language.)
Genre:
Art House & International , Comedy , Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
Sony Pictures Entertainment

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Cast

Rachel Griffiths
as Pamela Drury
David Roberts
as Robert Dickson
Yael Stone
as Stacey
Shaun Loseby
as Douglas
Ann Burbrook
as Janine
Donal Forde
as Young Christian
Frank Whitten
as Charlie
Maurice Morgan
as Stripper
Adam Ray
as Restaurant Photographer
Lucinda Armour
as Pregnant Woman
Lynne McGimpsy
as Security Guard
Anthony Issa
as Passing Student
Lenore Munro
as Sophie
Phaedra Nicolaidis
as Self-Defense Girl
Billie Prichard
as Self-Defense Girl
Mishka Martin
as Credit Girl
Jennifer Kontominas
as Credit Girl
Marteen Stroh
as Credit Girl
Natalie Gilroy
as Credit Girl
Nubia Santos
as Credit Girl
Jessica Orcsik
as Credit Girl
Melanie Alaura
as Credit Girl
Claire Langmore
as Credit Girl
Stephanie Doherty
as Credit Girl
Spud
as Brandy
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Full Review… | June 17, 2008
Variety
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Full Review… | April 26, 2007
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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
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Houston Chronicle
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Full Review… | March 22, 2002
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Full Review… | December 30, 2000
Entertainment Weekly
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Audience Reviews for Me Myself I

½

A little-known gem. Warm, funny, and touching. I like the "what if" genre, and in particular really enjoyed the interaction between Griffiths and her other-life children.

Joe Gunzel
Joe Gunzel

A Tour De Force for Rachel Griffiths. Good movie for both men and women. Funny, poignant, revealing look into real life.

Frank Herrmann
Frank Herrmann
½

This clever Australian fantasy, superficially reminiscent of Sliding Doors, charts its own course while painting an intriguing picture of an alternate life. WIth the onset of another birthday, an investigative journalist suddenly decides that her life is meaningless without the husband, children, dog, and mortgage in the suburbs that traditionally define success. Then, one morning, she encounters... herself: a different self, the one who married the "guy who got away" a decade earlier.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

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