Well, it will be a learning curve to understand all the camera can do. And, if you've ever used something like a compact digicam with a nice zoom, you may be surprised at the limitations if you have only one lens that goes with the camera.
But, like I said, the camera Maunal should have some easy-to-follow instructions on how to get started quickly -- pretty much you should be able to get started taking "snapshots" and then it's up to you if you get more "serious" about your photography or not!
And, by the way, this is a great place to spend time even though you are using a film camera and most of us here are using digital! There are actually a good number of people here who are shooting film, but even more importantly is the fact that fundamental photography is quite consistent between both types of camera. Yes, there are some differences and that should be borne in mind, but so much is the same!
By the way, an excellent book for someone just getting started with "serious" photography is Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson (widely available through many major book ooutlets, Amazon, etc.). Along with studying your camera manual, that would be an excellent "primer" in learning what your camera is capable of.