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Me & You Us Forever

By Christian Films (Actor), Stacey J. Aswad (Actor), Hugh McLean (Actor), Jenna Bailey (Actor), Karla Droege (Actor) & Dave Christiano (Director)
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Record Label   Dave Christiano Films
Format   Color / DVD / Widescreen / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.5" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  DVD Video
Release Date   Dec 1, 2008
Publisher   Dave Christiano Films
EAN  9780012521854  
UPC  824483011090  

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A love story based in 1974 and 2004. A 47-year-old Christian man, on the other side of an unwanted divorce, reminisces about his old high school girlfriend from 30 years prior.

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A difficult movie, for those who have experienced divorce, to relate to.  Jan 4, 2010
This was the review I provided for the Yahoo movies site; however, I'd like to comment on it further since I picked it up on DVD and, since the time my wife and I watched it in the theater, we made the difficult decision to divorce after 13 years of marriage.

(Original review)
My wife and I went to see this in an empty theater which should have been our warning of what to expect. We endured the entire movie and left feeling a bit uneasy ... almost feeling we had been proselytized to. Although we knew it would have a Christian-based theme, and were fine with that, I believed Dave Christiano struggled to integrate Christian dialog into the script and make the conversations flow smoothly. Too often, the dialog sounded preachy and interrupted the natural flow of conversation throughout. I thought every actor/actress did a fantastic job in spite of this roadblock in the script.

That said, we all have our expectations when viewing a movie ... particularly one we paid to watch in a movie theater. I can understand the other reviewers' comments of the slow pace, bland dialog and uninspiring acting. It's as if Christiano intentionally bucked the standards of Hollywood motion pictures ... perhaps to make a statement (i.e. stand on a pulpit?) ... albeit what must have been an expensive one for him.

Given the obvious limitation of the "entertainment value" of the film, it appears that Christiano was willing to take a hit in that area in order drive home a lesson he learned during his teen years (the movie was based on his personal life experience). Of course, that lesson was how precious one's first true love is and how it's something that will always remain with them. How an individual (in this case, the main character who was played by Michael Blain-Rozgay) deals with that point, with respect to their present life, is one that Christiano allowed to roam slightly out of control through most of the movie before he shed light, at the end of the film, and reeled us in to the point he was trying to make. In a way, it's a bit unfortunate as this caused considerable confusion from a moral and even common-sense standpoint (e.g. living in the past versus present, intruding into a former lover's life after a long time period). Based on those who have watched and reviewed this film, these were points that disturbed them enough to question what was going through Christiano's mind ... especially in a film filled with strong evangelical Christian overtones. In the end, after the main character had been practically labeled a stalker, and was chided by his friends for his behavior, Christiano finally reveals where he was coming from. While many folks were led to believe the main character was looking to drop in on his first true love to see if a spark still existed, the truth was that he wanted to own up to his guilt, from originally dumping her, and to ask her forgiveness so that he could finally close that chapter of his life in peace and move on with his life. Throughout the movie, as he reflected on the intense love he had for her (resulting in some very long and slow-moving scenes), the guilt he had held for all those years was quite apparent and I speculate that it might have had an impact on the character's marriage which, of course, ended up in divorce. This was an avenue Christiano failed to go down far enough ... apart from the ex-wife looking elsewhere for love. Why did she ... because was promiscuous ... because he was day-dreaming about his first love and not focusing on his marriage??? In the end, the main character, as well as the lady (played by Stacey J. Aswad whose acting I thoroughly enjoyed) he met in the divorcee group meeting, finally appear ready to build on their friendship (we never find out but can assume that outcome is possible). I would like to think so, given the support, loyalty and patience she showed with him, but clearly that outcome was not an important requirement for Christiano to include.

I can empathize with Christiano, and the message he attempted to deliver, but question the effectiveness of using the big screen as a means to deliver that message. It's obvious that his message was lost on many folks and I believe he could have had better results simply focusing a 30-minute episode of his "7th Street Theater" show on this subject (shown on TBN which regularly features Stacey J.). As of today, at Yahoo Movies, the movie only yielded $84,000 in ticket sales. Given that paltry sum for what must have been a significant investment, I only hope he achieved some return of investment, spiritually if not financially. Bottom line is I appreciated the message he was trying to communicate; however, he should rethink investing so much time and money into a story that doesn't have enough substance to sustain the interest of the viewer for the duration of an average movie ... in a Hollywood environment no less! Try it in an episode of "7th Street Theater" next time!

I picked this movie up on DVD, following my divorce, in hopes it would provide me insight and help in the healing process. While I cannot say the plot offered me any direct guidance, in dealing with my pain, I will say that the idea of participating in a divorce support group, as well as sharing my story with someone who has gone through the same thing, and is willing to listen and support, are very important. I am openly looking for a support group to participate in while, at the same time, have become involved with the most wonderful woman I've ever met who also recently divorced her husband. We've talked long into the early hours of many nights, shared our pains and frustrations and held and comforted each other through this most difficult time. She has been a pillar of strength for me in much the same manner as the character Carla (played by Stacey J Aswad). In the end, those were the best pieces of guidance I received but, unfortunately, this movie deals with how one person dealt with divorce that I'm not sure others, who have gone through this difficult life event, can easily relate.
Me & You, Us Forever  Oct 23, 2009
My husband and I didn't think the movie theme was good. We were disappointed.
I really wanted to like this movie  Jul 24, 2009
I saw the trailer for this movie about a year ago, maybe more. I was looking forward to it but when I watch it with my mother I was pretty let down.

The Acting was good but the characters just weren't believable. The situations were a little too far fetched and the main character's behavior was just downright stalkerish. The female lead's character was enjoyable but seemed way too forward for it to seem real. I won't spoil it by going into detail but if you've seen the movie you know what I mean.

The main focus of the movie is divorce and dealing with the pain. This is a pretty relevant topic but the movie gave no real answers for people dealing with the pain of divorce or separation. For a Christian movie to leave out something as vitals as this was a complete let down.

In the end it isn't something that I would watch again or recommend, sadly.
Only if your divorced or going through one...  Jan 23, 2009
If your going through a divorce or divorced that's the only way you will sit through this movie. I had trouble in the male characters judgement. It got to the point where I just wanted to scream at the TV and say "Just stop it - are you blind"? I suffered through the acting but the message was clear... you can't live in the past. ((People change))
DVD - New condition  Dec 30, 2008
The movie got here in a very timely manor. It was everything the seller said it was, new condition with the rap still on it.

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