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The story of a 29-year-old, Anna has moved into her mum's shed and is refusing to move out after the death of her twin brother. But things start to change when she meets Clint, an eight-year-old neighbour whose mum has terminal cancer.
I can't imagine a person experienced with offbeat English-language films of the last ten years not seeing much that's familiar in Adult Life Skills, but it's a lovely movie with some very good performances and it makes some very good choices.
Employs an engaging, if sometimes strained blend of quirky comedy and mawkish melodrama to explore the emotional state of a 29-year-old striving to reconcile the loss of a beloved twin brother with the need to get on with her own life.
The film squirms with that very British comedy-of-embarrassment, and is rich in daft penis jokes, but with a poignant core that explores Anna's relationship with her twin brother and an eight-year-old kid next door.