DVD: Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist (12)
Friday 19 June 2009
Nick (Michael Cera) is pining over his ex-girlfriend, hoping that the rad mix CDs he makes for her will win her back.
Norah (Kat Dennings), despite never having met Nick, is already smitten with him, having collected the discarded CDs, and decided that whoever has this taste in music is her soulmate. When they finally meet on a night out in New York in search of a secret gig by their favourite band, Where's Fluffy?, will drunken best friends and malicious exes get in the way of their obvious attraction? As you might expect, the soundtrack is ace and the performances from the two leads are charming enough to make this one of the best teen romances around.
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