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You Hurt My Feelings (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

You Hurt My Feelings (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

You Hurt My Feelings cast: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins. You Hurt My Feelings Release Date: 26 May 2023 (Theaters). You Hurt My Feelings Budget: $28 Million. You Hurt My Feelings is looking full of Comedy, Drama. The Sundance Film Festival, where all of the films included in the festival premiered, is continuing at full-speed. You Hurt My Feelings examines the professional and emotional urban lives of middle-class urbanites from a an entertaining perspective.

You Hurt My Feelings is an American Comedy-Drama movie (2023). Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins are the main cast of You Hurt My Feelings (2023). As major platforms like Apple, as well as Netflix, are making noises to bring exciting Sundance movies to their catalogs distributors like A24 as well as Neon bring their own films. You Hurt My Feelings release on US 26 May 2023.

The protagonist is Beth, a writer who struggles to write her first novel following her memoir which was somewhat successful. The turning point of the tale occurs when Beth stumbles upon an exchange between her husband’s wife and sister’s wife and discovers that her husband did not appreciate the book she had written. But what appeared to be an ideal marriage is now at a crossroads after Don stumbles upon the fact that he’s never impressed by Beth’s style of writing. This is an admission that could ruin everything good about their lives.

You Hurt My Feelings Plot:

The long-standing marriage of a novelist abruptly ends as she listens to her husband’s honest response to her latest novel.

You Hurt My Feelings Detail:

Movie: You Hurt My Feelings (2023)
Director: Nicole Holofcener
Writer: Nicole Holofcener
Main Stars: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Country: United States
Language: English
Release Date: 26 May 2023 (Theaters)
Runtime: 1 hour 33 minutes
Budget: $28 Million (EST)
Box office: Coming
Filming locations: New York City, New York, USA
Also known As: Beth and Don, You Hurt My Feelings, You Hurt My Feelings Movie, You Hurt My Feelings (2023)

You Hurt My Feelings Cast:

Julia Louis-Dreyfus As Beth

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She is an American comedian, actress, and producer with an extremely successful and highly acclaimed career in both film and television. Louis-Dreyfus was widely acclaimed for her performance as Elaine Benes in the hit sitcom “Seinfeld” (1989-1998). Her performance as the sharp-witted, independent Elaine received her critical acclaim and a host of awards which included Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress in the field of Comedy Series.

Following their popularity in “Seinfeld,” Louis-Dreyfus starred in the HBO comedy series “Veep” (2012-2019), where she played the leading part of Selina Meyer a fictional Vice-President who later became President of the United States. Her performance on “Veep” was highly praised and won her critical acclaim and numerous awards which included the six-time Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in the field of Comedy Series, setting a record for the most wins in this category.

Tobias Menzies As Don

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He is an English actor well-known for his many critically acclaimed roles in film as well as on television and in the theater. Menzies was a major star because of his role as Edmure Tully, the main character of the popular television show “Game of Thrones” (2013-2019) Based upon George R.R. Martin’s popular book series. His appearance on the show demonstrated his ability to add depth and depth to his characters.

Another noteworthy TV role of Menzies was his double role as Frank Randall and Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall in the drama of the same name “Outlander” (2014-present). His enthralling performance on the show has earned him critical acclaim and a loyal fan base. He was featured in films like “Casino Royale” (2006), “Atonement” (2007), and “The Terror” (2018).

Michaela Watkins As Sarah

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She is an American comedian and actress who is known for her varied performances on both film and television. Watkins first became famous as a member of the cult sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) in the 2008-2009 seasons. She was a standout character with memorable impromptu performances as well as her witty timing, won her the praise of audiences and critics.

After her stint appearing on SNL, Watkins transitioned into film and television roles. She has had numerous appearances as a guest on television shows, such as “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “Veep,” in which she showcased her comedic talents along with the talented ensemble cast. Through her professional work, Michaela Watkins has proven herself to be a gifted actor with a variety of talents.

Other Supporting Cast of You Hurt My Feelings:

Arian Moayed As Mark
Owen Teague As Eliot
Jeannie Berlin As Georgia
Amber Tamblyn As Carolyn
David Cross As Jonathan
Zach Cherry As Jim
LaTanya Richardson Jackson As Sylvia
Sarah Steele As Frankie
Bryan Reynoso As Jared
Karolena Theresa As Marielle
Doug Moe As Hal
Lynnsey Lewis As Romy
Claudia Robinson As Esther
Kelsey Carthew As Zoe
Clara Wong As Ali
Julian Leong As Steve
Rebecca Henderson As Alice
Sue Jean Kim As Bea
Deniz Akdeniz As Vince
Mellini Kantayya As Salesperson
Sunita Mani As Dr. Allen
Kenneth Tigar As Ed
Christian Jacobs As Robber
John Sousa As Robber
Phyllis Gordon As Eileen
Josh Pais As Josh Pais
Brian Faas As Fan
James Hightower As Second Fan
Spike Einbinder As April
Walter Brandes As Chris
Erica Matlin As Ivy
Trey Santiago-Hudson As Billy
Bob Leszczak As Pedestrian

The main characters all reach an important point within their respective roles. Beth is an educator and writer who is about to release her novel. However, she is afflicted with a lot of anxiety when she hears an exchange in which her husband Don admits to not liking the book. Don is a psychologist who is showing an increasing lack of interest in what patients have to say about him during therapy.

Based on a variety of everyday scenarios and seemingly insignificant conversations Holofcener’s brilliant script and the enthralling performances of the principal quartet allows us to examine with a profound sense of humor the things that give us satisfaction in our lives. The film explores if it’s possible to attain this through work, or if it could become an unavoidable burden that takes its toll until the film loses the appeal it enjoyed in the beginning.

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