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The backseat is the throne of the schoolbus, where bullies and the popular preside over the meek – or at least anyone who dares sport the wrong attitude, hair, or mobile phone. This social staple is the subject of The We and the I, Michel Gondry's polemic against the wisdom of the herd, which opened the director's fortnight at the Cannes film festival.
The plot – loose as it is – follows Teresa (Teresa L Rivera), who climbs aboard a bus taking a winding route through the Bronx to be reinitiated into her pack after a mysterious three-month absence. There's a semi-boyfriend to placate, his braggish mates to stand down. She's lost her place on the backseat and it must be won back. Further down the bus, micro-dramas play themselves out in rounds of bitching and back-stabbing.
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