Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars in Nicole Holofcener’s edgy comedy You Hurt My Feelings, which will be presented at the 2023 Torino Film Festival.
Vertex 360 launched the Italian trailer Of You Hurt My Feelingsa sharp comedy by Nicole Holofcener which made its debut at Sundance in January and which will have its national premiere at the 41st edition of Turin Film Festival.
Since its debut at Sundance, the film has been warmly received by international critics, scoring a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. Written and directed by Nicole Holofcener, You Hurt My Feelings sees Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in her second collaboration with Holofcener, in the role of the protagonist Beth, in a performance that won everyone over. Also in the cast is Tobias Menzies, known for his role as Prince Philip of Edinburgh in The Crowne Arian Moayed.
What You Hurt My Feelings is about
You Hurt My Feelings features a writer who goes into crisis when she accidentally hears her husband give his honest reaction to his latest novel. A film about trust, about the little lies that each of us tells and about the relationship with the people we love most.
A FilmNation Entertainment production, You Hurt My Feelings will be released in Italy in the first quarter of 2024 distributed by Vertice 360.