- "The performances are a joy all round, keenly observed and deeply felt" - Urban Cinefile
Exuding the same energy as her 2007 debut feature All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane, Louise Alston’s bright and bubbly chick flick explores the upheavals and complications of two best friends. See full review
- "Polished, warm and wonderfully frank" - Filmink
While the film’s zingy, enjoyably colloquial dialogue and breezy feel are its primary delights, much of the joy comes from the superb performances of the gorgeous Cindy Nelson and Francesca Gasteen, who make their characters funny, charming, and painfully, utterly real. See full review
- "Wonderfully realized" - Indiewire
Confident and unconventional in its depiction of female relationships, “Jucy” is expansive in tone, moving from the zany details of the everyday into a nuanced and dramatic portrayal of a friendship at a crossroads. See full review
- "Real life pals Nelson and Gasteen... are terrific"
Colorfully stylized, sweet and silly, yet encompassing some serious issues, frisky low-budget laffer “Jucy,” from Australian helmer Louise Alston (“All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane”), transforms the chick pic into womance. See full review