A24 has released new trailer for the upcoming drama, “You Hurt My Feelings,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Beth and Tobias Menzies as Don, a married couple who have reached the crossroads.
The Sundance selected film from acclaimed filmmaker Nicole Holofcener, her second collaboration with Louis-Dreyfus, The last time they (and the late, great James Gandolfini) worked together in “Enough Said.”
The film also co-stars Menzies (“The Crown”), David Cross (“Arrested Development”), Jeannie Berlin (“The Heartbreak Kid”), Arian Moayed (“Succession”), Michaela Watkins (“The Unicorn”), Amber Tamblyn (“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), Owen Teague (“It”) and Zach Cherry (“Severance”).
“You Hurt My Feelings” follows Beth, a successful author of an intimate memoir, as she works on her first novel with a seemingly loving circle of support, but her long standing marriage is suddenly upended when she overhears her husband give his honest reaction to her latest book. A film about trust, lies, and the things we say to the people we love most.
That is until she hears what her husband Don really thinks of her work. After years of support and encouragement, Beth has to grapple with this newfound betrayal. As the couple attempts to remedy the situation and get their marriage back on track, the two also separately wrestle with navigating new stages of their careers.
The film made its premiere at the Sundance film festival and has received favorable reviews. A24 will release the film in theaters on May 26.