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Blue Juice

Blue Juice ★★½ 1995 (R)

Early work from several young actors who've gone on to bigger things. Billed as Britain's first surf picture, this comedy follows the escapades of nearly 30 JC (Pertwee), a local hero of the Cornish surfing community who can't commit to his more practical girlfriend, Chloe (Zeta-Jones). Then some of JC's London buddies, Dean (McGregor), Josh (Mackintosh), and Terry (Gunn), show up for a sort of last hurrah against the boredom of acting like adults. 90m/C VHS, DVD . GB Sean Pertwee, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ewan McGregor, Steven Mackintosh, Peter Gunn, Heathcote Williams; D: Carl Prechez-er; W: Carl Prechezer, Peter Salmi; C: Richard Greatrex; M: Simon Davison.

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