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In this relatable, quirky Parisian quarter-life drama, aspiring Graphic novelist Sophie is disillusioned with metropolitan adulthood as a twentysomething. Sophie is 28 years old. She would like to be a designer, but it would be so much easier if she had gone to art school. She would also like to find love, but it would be so much easier if it jumped out at you. She dabbles, a lot, in love and work. Absorbing a ton of blows, landing a few: that's what learning is all about. In her head, Daniel Johnston is playing over and over again, singing that true love will eventually fall into your lap. "Playlist is brilliant on unwanted pregnancy – much better, in fact, than a lot of films that aim to destigmatise abortion." (The Gurdian)