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LOS ANGELES, July 11 — ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ is the collective title of not one but three films written and directed by Ned Benson. The movie is broken into three films, ‘Him’, ‘Her’ and ‘Them’. ‘Them’ can be seen in cinemas worldwide while ‘Him’ and ‘Her’ will be released a month after that and only in selected art house cinemas.

All three films follow the same time period but are told from the differing perspectives of Connor Ludlow, who’s played by James McAvoy and Eleanor Rigby, who’s portrayed by Jessica Chastain.

The names of the different movies say it all: ‘Him’ is told from his perspective, ‘Her’ from Eleanor’s perspective and ‘Them’ features them as a couple. The film premiered in Cannes but can’t be seen in cinemas until late September. So be on the lookout for ‘Them’! — Cover Media

‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ is the collective title of three films written and directed by Ned Benson titled ‘Him’, ‘Her’ and ‘Them’. — Cover Media pic‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ is the collective title of three films written and directed by Ned Benson titled ‘Him’, ‘Her’ and ‘Them’. — Cover Media pic

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