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Paula is a 31 year-old woman who finds herself back in her native Paris after a lengthy absence, discovering the key to her now ex-boyfriend’s apartment no longer works. Attempting to make sense of her situation and find a new direction with only a fluffy white cat for company, Paula is temporarily jobless, homeless and all alone. Despite a self-destructive streak, her vibrant personality never falters, remaining a force of nature as she encounters old friends and new while attempting to navigate her way through a tricky time in her life. ‘Jeune Femme’ is a debut feature which explores the city of Paris, and what it is to be a young woman in the modern urban world.
A young woman living and working in London begins to re-evaluate her life after witnessing a violent attack.
16+ years 86 mins
A quirky indie comedy about finding one's purpose in life, focusing on imaginative, spontaneous dancer Frances.
14+ years 82 mins
Irrepressibly chirpy Poppy is a primary school teacher learning to drive in this optimistic film from Mike Leigh.
14+ years 115 mins
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We explore comedic French drama 'Jeune Femme' as well as other titles in this latest trend which follow the lives of young women struggling in big cities.
Reading time 5 mins
Also new in cinemas this week are 'On Chesil Beach' and 'Filmworker, with 'The Greatest Showman' leading this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
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