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It's Not You, It's Me (2013)

Serial commitment-phobe, Dave, is reeling from his decision to break up with his near perfect, now ex-girlfriend. As he tries to forget her, his battling inner voices come to life and cloud... See full summary »

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Dave
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Carrie
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Gina
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Cedrick
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Sandy
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Dr. Clark
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Lee
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Billy
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Neil
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Leslie
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Tracy
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Phoebe
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Serial commitment-phobe, Dave, is reeling from his decision to break up with his near perfect, now ex-girlfriend. As he tries to forget her, his battling inner voices come to life and cloud his mind with conflicting desires. Meanwhile, Carrie's own disjointed inner voices push her to move on with someone less complicated. Sensing time is short, Dave embarks on a sincere and sometimes fumbled personal journey to conquer his fear of commitment. Written by Kerith Lemon

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Breaking Up With You. Soon.

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An Indie Gem
10 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's rare that you see an independent film that's very well produced AND very entertaining! Nathan Ives manages to put together a very unique perspective on a story about relationships, breakups, and coming-of-age. His cast are consistently top-notch, and keep you engaged in the narrative that we've all been through at one point or another. Nathan uses interesting conventions to communicate his protagonist's internal struggles, and doesn't shy away from taking these conventions to their furthest (and most honest) logical extent! This film effectively adds to the genre that is the romantic comedy, and avoids falling into easy conventions.


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