Wolfe has selected Dec. 6 as the domestic DVD debut date for Italian filmmaker Maria Sole Tognazzi’s delightful romantic comedy, Me, Myself and Her.
Marina (Sabrina Ferilli — The Great Beauty) and Federica (Margherita Buy — Mia Madre) are two absolutely gorgeous “middle-aged” women, living together for the past five years in Rome. They have the perfect home, seemingly the perfect relationship and they both have careers — Marina an actress and Federica is a successful architect.
Perfect, except for one little problem, Federica is reserved and has carefully navigated the potentially rough waters of their relationship. She is divorced, has an adult son and just wants things to be the way they are — in a word: peaceful.
But, when Marina is offered an important film role, coupled with a magazine piece that more than hints at her relationship with Federica, it is simply too much.
The question then becomes, can they work through this, or has their relationship run its course … can they find that perfect balance again, or is there more going on here than meets the eye!
This award-winner is presented in Italian with English subtitles.
Wolfe also announced this past week that Nov. 15 will be the DVD debut date for writer/director Rob Williams’ Shared Rooms. It is the holiday season and a trio of stories involving gay couples all intertwine and head to breezy and light-hearted resolution at a New Year’s Eve gathering in the City of Angels. This is fun, no Kleenex or drama needed.
Cal (Alec Manley Wilson) and Laslo (Christopher Grant Pearson) are a married couple who desire something more … all of their friends are moving on (you can’t be a “thirtysomething” forever) and they need to be more of a “family.” That bit of joy comes, perhaps, from a very unexpected source!
Meanwhile, an online dating couple, Gray (Alexander Neil Miller) and Sid (Justin Xavier), who have an instant chemistry, but discover that they have even more in common than the physical attraction.
And the final thread in our narrative is that of Dylan (Robert Werner) and Julian (Daniel Lipshutz), who have an unspoken “thing” for each other, but suddenly finding themselves having to “explore” that “thing” when they end up sharing, quite unexpectedly, a room together during the holidays.
Bonus features include commentary from writer/director Roy Williams (Out to Kill, The Men Next Door, Back Soon, etc.) and a blooper reel.