What better way to start things off than with Baumbach and Gerwig’s last collaboration, Frances Ha. The story’s focus is on a young woman’s inability to find a direct focus in her life (because you totally have to have everything figured out by your twenties, right…) and her feeling of “not being a real person yet” (few lines have spoken to me on such a personal level). The catalyst to this is largely her friends’ growing distance with her, and it’s almost too honest to watch. Feeling ill-equipped for life is natural, and seeing someone you’re close to adapt quicker than yourself is sometimes unsettling, especially when a distance grows. Frances Ha was one of best films of 2013 for many reasons, but the honest depictions of relationships as they age is one of its most integral assets.