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Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin become fast friends

As unlikely pals Grace And Frankie come to Netflix, we look at other mismatched buddies.

Grace And Frankie

This must-see comedy, available to stream now, follows uptight WASP Grace (Jane Fonda), and unabashed hippy Frankie (Lily Tomlin); the pair have nothing in common, and are forced together through hilarious circumstances. Watch the trailer below:

Lost In Translation

This cult classic sees a washed-up actor (Bill Murray) and an awkward young woman (Scarlett Johansson) strike up a tender bond in Tokyo.


Lost in translation


He’s a demanding attorney; she’s a secretary who’s been in a mental institution. It’s a dark yet unmissable turn from the brilliant Maggie Gyllenhaal.


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