A recent Sundance Festival hit debuts in theaters soon. Julia Louis-Dreyfus leads the dramedy You Hurt My Feelings

Louis-Dreyfus stars as Beth, a successful memoir author working on her first novel. She’s surrounded by a seemingly loving circle of support – until she hears what her husband Don (Tobias Menzies) 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.

Check out the trailer for You Hurt My Feelings below.

In addition to Louis-Dreyfus and Menzies, the film stars Michaela Watkins, Arian Moayed, Owen Teague, Jeannie Berlin, David Cross, and Amber Tamblyn.

You Hurt My Feelings comes from writer/director Nicole Holofcener. The acclaimed filmmaker earned an Oscar nomination for 2019’s Can You Ever Forgive Me?. Holofcener also wrote The Last Duel and directed TV episodes for shows including Mrs. Fletcher, One Mississippi, and Orange Is the New Black.

The film comes from A24, and previously premiered at Sundance to positive reviews.

You Hurt My Feelings poster

You Hurt My Feelings debuts in theaters May 26. Until then, check back to THS for more updates.

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