Frances Ha ★★★★

A hilarious, and quirky look at the life of one, 'life doesn't start until 30' American, who traverses the sometimes self-imposed difficulties of relationships, careers and living with roommates.

Frances Ha doesn't tackle that 'coming of age' chapter that is experienced by teens and 20-somethings, instead it looks at the period in your life when you truly become and adult and need to make the transition from goof, to respectable, and make something of yourself, even if that requires painfully saying goodbye to elements of your past.

I had a great time sitting in the world of Frances, and simply enjoying.