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I am planning to watch The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. I have Him, Her and Them.

What is the suggested viewing order?

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  • Seems odd this is off-topic, yet the sidebar shows several very similar questions that were well-received. As the first 2 movies were released simultaneously, all you really have to go on is 'convention'. They're always listed as Him, then Her; so without opinion-based discussion, one could assume that would be the "correct order". Them is a year later so presumably everyone could accept that should be third.
    – Tetsujin
    Jun 7 at 13:07
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    @Tetsujin my bad. I think it was the use of 'prefer' in the question, I didn't realize there could be a relatively objective order.
    – iandotkelly
    Jun 7 at 13:40
  • @iandotkelly - no worries, all sorted :))
    – Tetsujin
    Jun 7 at 13:46
  • @BCdotWEB: Many thx. Do I understand correctly, I should see (only) "Them", then if I soo into it, just for curiosity the other two? Jun 8 at 6:48
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As mentioned here, both variations have been screened but Him before Her is more logical.

Them is a condensed version of these two and is intended for the commercial release. But, it is not the same experience which the makers wanted the viewers to have. See here. If you do watch Him and Her, you may skip Them (totally upto you, as it does not add to the experience).

On a personal note, I watched Him before Her and also feel that this order was more appropriate.

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