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Review: A quirky Jodie Whittaker carries the tragic, relatable ‘Adult Life Skills’

“We should get a badge for adult life skills,” says Anna’s strange, old school pal Brendan (Brett Goldstein), “like changing a tire, knitting, sending something back in a restaurant.” It’s very true, and it’s dialogue like this that is emblematic of Tunnard’s funny and poignant film, which is a lot like the characters that populate its cozy English landscape: chatty and charming and sometimes a bit aimless.