Nina Forever

Synopsis: After his girlfriend Nina dies in a car crash, Rob unsuccessfully attempts suicide. As he begins to overcome his grief, he falls in love with a co-worker, Holly. Their relationship is complicated when Nina, unable to find rest in the afterlife, comes back to life to sarcastically torment them whenever they have sex.
Director(s): Ben Blaine, Chris Blaine
  12 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.6
Metacritic:
75
Rotten Tomatoes:
97%
R
Year:
2015
98 min
43 Views


How d'you know

all of this?

I asked Gary.

Gary? So none of this

has come from Robert then?

You've never even

talked to him, have you?

Um...

No, but, like, Gary said he's

like proper fucked up his arm.

Like ripped the skin right off.

Holly, I don't wanna know.

I'd love it if my boyfriend

tried to kill himself

'cause I died.

But he didn't kill himself,

did he?

He's back here,

stacking shelves

on minimum wage.

All right, but...

Imagine being fucked

by someone that intense.

Has anyone ever told you you're

a really weird little girl?

Anyway don't

kid yourself.

You don't wanna f*ck him.

You wanna be the one

that ids the body

when he finally gets it right.

Nah. She wants to save him.

Don't ya?

You won't be able

to fix him, Holly.

If she ever speaks to him,

that is.

You've been like

my angel.

You know, like everything

with mum and dad and crap

and all that shit

with Steve.

I don't know.

I just don't think that...

Look, it's not been working

for a while, has it?

I'm sorry about the bear.

I just wanted to, you know.

Can we be friends?

Oh, yeah.

No, that would be cool.

Of course we can be friends.

So you're not--

you're okay?

Yeah.

I just think I'm a bit...

A bit dark for you.

Dark?

I mean... I mean...

You're a bit vanilla.

What?

I mean you're just so nice.

Not that that's--

i mean, it's great.

You're a lovely person and--

f*ck off, David.

You know nothing about me.

Whoa! Whoa! Easy!

You okay?

Samira, get a mop,

clean this up, yeah?

Let me have a look.

I'm a paramedic.

I'm a paramedic...

Trainee.

I'm a student when I'm not here

at the supermarket.

Can I?

I heard you came off

your bike.

I'm gonna sell it.

I thought it'd be better

in the open air.

At least you're not in a box.

You should have kept this moist.

It might scar now.

I know. They told me.

What you listening to?

What are you listening to?

What do you think?

- You don't like it, do you?

- Yeah, I do.

No, you don't.

Orange?

That's a pomegranate.

Whatever. It's free.

What made you talk to me?

No one else in that place does.

They stare at me and treat me

like I'm gonna kill myself.

Well, you do a pretty good

impression.

Come on!

It's the short cut!

Cinema's over there!

You're too good for me,

and I don't want to hurt you.

You're not going to.

Now, the eagle-eyed

amongst you

will notice I'm wearing

a funny costume today.

But the thing is that's

out of respect for the uniform.

You don't go shopping in it.

You don't go down

to the pub in it,

even though you think

you might pull in it.

It's not just a uniform for me.

It tells the whole world

who I am.

Even though we're all here,

none of us are wearing green.

But don't forget.

You are different

from the others here.

You're not a media student,

not a sports science student.

You're training to be

a paramedic.

And training doesn't begin

when you put on the uniform.

It starts up here.

Three ds.

Discipline.

You're not just wearing

the uniform to look good.

Determination.

To live up to what

the uniform means.

And finally,

most importantly of all...

Distance.

When you put on that uniform,

it sets you apart from others.

Doesn't make you superhuman.

Some people

you will not save.

Oh, shit!

Rob, I'm so sorry.

I'm so, so sorry.

You're so sweet.

Oh, my god.

F*ck me.

Oh, f*ck yeah.

Oh, f*ck.

Yeah, grab my feet.

Oh, my god, that's amazing.

I'm not holding your feet.

Oh, god, not again.

What the...

Where...

Rob?

Are you there?

What's going on?

Nina?

Rob.

It is you.

Rob.

What is happening?

Who's this?

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