Jucy
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Although 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...… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

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"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."
‑ Alissa Simon, Variety
"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"
‑ Andrew L. Urban, Urban Cinefile
"Aussie womantic comedy tackles serious issues with style and humour."
‑ Don Groves, sbs.com.au
"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"
‑ Louise Keller, Urban Cinefile
"The natural chemistry of the leads and frankly funny dialogue make for a delightful local gem."
‑ Erin Free, FILMINK (Australia)
"Jucy may at times take on the ramshackle amateurishness of the play in which Jackie and Lucy appear - but it more than makes up for this with an enthusiasm and vibrancy that ensures its judiciously brief duration breezes by"
‑ Anton Bitel, Eye for Film
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