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A brilliant recent graduate struggles to find work. After falling into a babysitting job, she is introduced by the child's mother to the world of the international call center, its employees, and the fast pace that drives them.
I saw this movie at the Italian Film Festival in Montreal just last week.
The characters are realistic, charming, engaging and full of life. Like kids in a dorm, they have all kinds of misadventures, heartbreak, live-in mishaps. And all the things that can and will go wrong in relationships, finding oneself, fitting in. Without giving away too much, the story is about a group of friends (similar to the series Friends) living together. They are funny, romantic, lost (let's not forget that one) enraged, happy, and totally devoted to each other. I enjoyed it. The audience burst out laughing throughout the screening!
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