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Frances Ha's problem explaining what she does isn't that it's complicated; it's that she doesn't do it. What she does (or doesn't do) is dance; she's actually rather uncoordinated, despite working for a dance company. Frances cherishes friendship, spontaneity, and the joy of imagination, although she has a knack for the faux pas — in any situation she's always guaranteed to say or do the wrong thing. This US oddball indie comedy is about finding our purpose in life — or, as Frances says: 'Sometimes it's good to do what you're supposed to do, when you're supposed to do it.'
Quirky comedy about a group of female undergrads who make it their task to improve the lives of their fellow students in unconventional ways.
11–16 years 94 mins
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