Paul Rudd stroked out of a shallow tomb in the forest, wearing only a plastic wrap and a diaper. From the start of the Netflix black comedy Live with your self, streaming on October 18, you know you're taking on some weird, funny Rudds. Duplicate Rudd, in fact, when he plays two versions of the same character – often in the same scene.
Helm is Miles Elliott, a marketing expert who lost her mojo because of work, marriage, and everything else.
Once an award-winning "bard branding," he now misses meetings and deadlines and has dark circles under his eyes and drops of toothpaste on dark shirts. His Ennui does not lose his wife (Irish comedian Aisling Bea), who is tired of his husband's sour mood and would rather spend the night beside him in bed staring at the wall than staring into his dead eyes.
Miles then underwent "ultra-fast duplication plus micro-memory transfer," a novel spa treatment …