Adult Life Skills (formerly known as 'How To Live Yours') is a 2016 British comedy film, funded by Creative England, and is the feature debut for writer director Rachel Tunnard. It is the feature-length version of BAFTA nominated short, Emotional Fusebox, which premiered at the London Film Festival in 2014. The story of a 29-year-old, Anna (portrayed by Jodie Whittaker) has moved into her mum's shed and is refusing to move out after the death of her twin brother. The film premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival in April 2016, winning one of the top awards - the Nora Ephron prize for best female director.
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