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As a 14-year-old boy in 1991, Alex Riley and his mom move from Chicago to Los Angeles when she remarries. In present day, 40-year-old Alex's life has hit both a personal and professional standstill. In 2042, at 65, Alex has a realization that to be truly happy, he has to step away from his successful company and get back to his passion... inventing. "Me, Myself & I" follows him through each of these pivotal periods, revealing where the past informs the future, and the moments where he learns that his story isn't defined by what happens to him, but by how he decides to deal with it.

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