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Movie InfoAlthough their high school days are long gone, nothing much has changed for Jackie and Lucy. Jackie's social anxiety disorder is still not under control and she's incapable of having a mature relationship with a man; Lucy's overweight, still lives with her mother and hasn't finished either of the university degrees she started. When they are labelled co-dependent, weird and socially inept, the girls decide it's time to grow up and prove to themselves (as well as the world) they are normal adults. Jackie sets out to snag a boyfriend & Lucy goes after the job of her dreams... but will their newfound maturity drive an irreversible wedge between the pair? … More
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Critic Reviews for Jucy
Colorfully stylized, sweet and silly, yet encompassing some serious issues, frisky low-budget laffer "Jucy," from Australian helmer Louise Alston, transforms the chick pic into womance.
Aussie womantic comedy tackles serious issues with style and humour.
The natural chemistry of the leads and frankly funny dialogue make for a delightful local gem.
From the opening credits with Lucy and Jackie dancing in sync to a bright French pop song, the film is carried along by a tone of grounded good humour and has something to say
There's vibrancy about the two lead performances - both girls are exceptionally good, and we genuinely care about their characters. The film is short and sweet with a good heart
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