If she hadn’t already confirmed it in the 1990s with her quirky and witty role as Elaine in Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has proven to be one of the most formidable comedians of all time in the years since that momentous show. His turn on the HBO hit comedy Veep as the slightly dimwitted but utterly Machiavellian politician Selina Meyer cemented her as someone who could not only pull off a good punchline but also as an actress who could butt heads with the best of them. And that’s why we’re so excited about this new film You hurt my feelings (2023), which is expected to give him space to show off his comedic chops while also examining the nature of marriage, art, and compromise.


While Louis-Dreyfus has earned full credit for his work in TV as eleven Emmy Award shows, he has not yet embraced the status of a big-name movie star. However, his second collaboration with a famous director Nicole Holofcenerafter starring in and receiving a Golden Globe nomination for his 2013 romantic comedy Enough said, could be the ticket to show the film world how talented he really is. In addition to Julia Louis-Dreyfus, this new film also stars the likes of Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins, Arian MoyaedAnd David Crossjust to name a few.

For anyone looking forward to seeing the next big A24 film, here’s everything we know about how, when, and where you can catch this thoughtful indie comedy.

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When Did Your Release Date Hurt Me?

You hurt my feelings previously premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, but will be distributed to US audiences via A24 on May 26, 2023.

Did You Hurt My Feelings Coming to the Cinema?

Like most A24 films, You hurt my feelings will enjoy the theatrical release.

Did You Hurt My Feelings Coming to Stream on the Same Day as the Cinema?

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No, it won’t, so going to the movies is the best way to watch You hurt my feelings when released. Unfortunately, A24 has not released any information on when You hurt my feelings will be released digitally or streaming. However, it’s likely that the film will get a streaming release at some point in the coming months, so stay tuned for what’s next.

Watch the Trailer for You Hurt Me

Trailers for You hurt my feelings released on March 21, 2023. We open at Louis-Dreyfus as Beth leads a class discussion for aspiring writers. It’s clear he doesn’t feel connected to them, but his inability to reach out to the next generation doesn’t bother him. Her relationship with her husband Don and the bond they share is unique. They are so in sync that they even have a professional crisis at the same time. Beth recently released a bombshell memoir, apparently because her childhood trauma just isn’t interesting enough, and her therapist husband is growing weary of the idiosyncratic problems of town’s biggest complainer. As bad as their habits are, it only gets worse when Beth overhears Don say what he really feels about the memoir he so often lauded in front of her. Suddenly, this hands-off comment became the center of his life. Is it gas lighting or boost? And in a world with so much strife, why does it matter?

You Hurt My Feelings On Air

You can use the following link to check showtimes and buy tickets You hurt my feelings at your nearest theater:

Do Your Ways Hurt My Feelings

The official plot synopsis for You hurt my feelings reads as follows:

From acclaimed filmmaker Nicole Holofcener comes the sharp comedy about a novelist whose old marriage suddenly falls apart when she overhears her husband give her candid reactions to his latest book. A film about beliefs, lies and the things we say to those we love the most.

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More Nicole Holofcener Movies Like You Hurt Me You Can Watch Now

To help you while you wait for your local theater to play this indie comedy, check out three other films from director Nicole Holofcener that explore the tragedies and comedies of friendship, marriage, and coming of age.

Walking and Talking (1996)

Anne Heche and Catherine Keener in Walking and Talking (1996)
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In his feature film debut, Holofcener created films that would influence filmmakers for years to come. Walk and Talk follows two best friends, Amelia and Laura, in their early thirties who have been inseparable since childhood. They had done everything together and their lives seemed to parallel each other until Laura got engaged. Suddenly, Amelia’s life is turned upside down and her relationship with Laura is damaged by Laura’s distance and Amelia’s own jealousy. Many TV shows and movies today explore the importance and tension of friendship between two women, but in the 1990s not many films explored the complexities of this relationship. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that without Walk and Talkmovies like Frances Ha And Bridesmaids, as well as TV shows like Girls, may never have been created. Featuring an all-star 90’s cast like Catherine Keener, Anne Heche, Liev Schrieberand director Todd Fieldthis is the view that matters.

Watch it on Paramount+

Enough Words (2013)

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In Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ first collaboration with Holofcener, she shows audiences everywhere why she deserves to be on the big and small screens. Enough said follows Eva, a massage therapist whose daughter left for college and who since her divorce has seen little romance in her life. When she meets Albert, a gentle but charming divorced father, she falls in love. However, when one of her female clients starts complaining to her about her annoying ex-husband, she quickly realizes she’s talking about Albert. How can she still see this man as the love of her life when her ex continues to poison her mind with his many flaws? Dreyfus not only shines, but James Gandolfini as Albert proves to be just as adept at playing the fun divorce as he is at playing a tough mob boss.

Rent on Amazon

Friends with Money (2006)

Jennifer Aniston, Joan Cusack, Frances McDormand, and Catherine Keener in Friends with Money (2006)
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While many indie films can be just as entertaining and well acted, many cannot boast the many stars of film and TV. Somehow, Holofcner found room in the budget to get some of the best and most commercial actors to star in this hilarious ensemble film. Leading cast Friends with Money is Jennifer Aniston as Olivia, a single and perpetually broke woman who, to the disapproval of her friends, makes a living cleaning houses. His equally dysfunctional friends are played by Frances McDormand, Catherine KeenerAnd Joan Cusack have very different views on money and professional life, often leading to some intense disagreements. If you only know Aniston as Rachel Green or if you want to see Frances McDormand in another maddeningly funny show, this hidden gem is the perfect choice.

Watch on Netflix

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