Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist

Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist




85 minutes


Comedy, Drama



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When high school student Nick performs with his not all that talented band, he doesn't realise the most exciting night of his life is upon him, until, that is, he meets quirky Norah. Although hindered by Nick's ex Tris, who Nora knows from school, the mismatched pair begin a hunt for an elusive gig and Norah's missing drunk friend, with engaging support from Nick's geezerish band mates. Fresh and funny with a great soundtrack, this film ticks all the right romantic comedy boxes in a non-cheesy way, and should appeal to fans of the hugely popular Juno.


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Contains moderate sex references and one use of strong language

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