A love letter to prime-time Woody Allen, Frances Ha, a serio-comic saga about an untogether 20-something-year-old struggling in Manhattan bohemia is easily the most enjoyable film of writer-director Noah Baumbach’s already storied career. Indie-queen Greta Gerwig takes centre stage here (and also co-wrote the script), as a dancer whose career is uncertain, finances unstable, and love-life inconsequential. The result is a blissful combination of spot-on humour and touchingly insightful portraiture. Quite simply, Frances Ha will melt your heart.
Frances Ha runs at the IFI from July 26th until August 8th. BOOK NOW.
To celebrate the release of Noah Baumbach’s latest gem, we have three pairs of tickets to give away to any screening of Frances Ha at the IFI. To win a pair of tickets, simply answer the question below before midnight on Sunday July 28th, and winners will be announced on Monday.
Simply answer this question. Which of these films did Noah Baumbach direct?
A. The Squid and the WhaleB. The Life AquaticC. Drive
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Competition closes on midnight Sunday, July 28th 2013. The winners will be contacted by email shortly after. (See IFI Terms and Conditions regarding prizes and competitions.)
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