Michel Gondry's newest cinematic project sheds some light on the Bronx, but not necessarily "Jenny From The Block's" side of the story. This view is way less dance-y. Taking place on a public bus, the trailer for The We And The I might remind you of your commute home on the last day of school (or maybe anything you've witnessed while taking mass transit around 3 p.m.). But Gondry doesn't just go for the whole "fly on the wall" approach to looking at the lives of students in the outer boroughs — the indie-flick director's film actually falls within the science-fiction genre on IMDB.
While the preview only really hints at the things you may expect to see on a high schooler's bus ride — rambunctious kids, teenage PDA, and super cranky (and outright disrespectful) old ladies — what we don't see is anything that resembles extra terrestrials, evil talismans, or any sort of time travel, the last of which Gothamist suggests we might expect.
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