Judith Lucy doesn't have kids. Her desire to have them lasted about a nanosecond. But with motherhood intrinsic in so many women's lives, she's keen to get a taste of what it could be like, and takes charge of her very own baby - a plastic, African American robot child named Lucy Junior. Lucy Junior needs diligent care, but will Judith pass the test and be a good mum?
When Judith Lucy's mother was young, women were courted by men, got married and had kids - full stop. Judith herself did things a bit differently, describing her dating life in her 20s as "a waking nightmare of stupidity and drunken regret". But now that she's in her 40s, she's mystified about the mating rituals of young women and men in Australia. So to try and work them out, she heads to the country and a raucous, modern incarnation of the classic Australian bachelors and spinsters ball, where she discovers that the drinking hasn't changed but the rules of attraction have.
Follows the misadventures of Geng Hao, a former champion cyclist who is barred from competition for unknowingly failing a drug test. Now a bicycle courier, he must think on his feet when he stumbles into an elaborate plot involving drug traffickers, ruthless businessmen, a Thai kickboxer and far too many mistaken identities.
After her much-loved ABC series Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey, one of Australia's favourite funny ladies is back with Judith Lucy Is All Woman. If you've ever been a woman, been in one, or come out of one, this series is for you. It's a timely exploration of where women are at in modern Australia - and what that means for men - told from the unique perspective of someone who's been a woman for most of her life.
Liz starts making an effort to date by attending singles events with Jenna, and Jack feels forced to choose between childhood love, Nancy, and news anchor Avery.
Romantic adventures of neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer and his equally neurotic girlfriend Annie Hall.
Audrey Hepburn stars as Holly Golightly, a party socialite who falls for her new neighbour, Paul Varjak. When her wild lifestyle becomes too much, Holly must decide what's most important.
Jamal Malik is an orphan from the slums of Mumbai. He is one question away from winning a staggering 20 million rupees on India's Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. But when the show breaks for the night, police arrest him on suspicion of cheating; how could a street kid know so much? Desperate to prove his innocence, Jamal tells the story of his life in the slum, each chapter revealing the key to each answer in the game show's questions.
Having won an all-expenses-paid trip on the game show Pig in a Poke, the Griswolds head for Europe, and it's the usual comedy of errors as the bumbling Clark herds his family through a foreign land.
Snowed in during a trip to Pennsylvania a self-centered television weatherman, Phil Connors wakes up to find himself stuck in time, endlessly repeating the same day over and over again. His world is inhabited by the same people, during the annual Groundhog Day festivities, but they don't know that time is repeating itself. Phil has to learn the error of his ways and correct them before the day will finally end!
The 'Girls' have been friends - and morbidly obese - for years. Their bond goes deep and wide, literally and figuratively. They are smart, intuitive, complex, warm, and compelling and speak openly about their inner lives. The Girls met via the Austin chapter of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance and partied together among Austin's Big Beautiful Women community. Meanwhile they tried every diet and every pill under the sun. Now they're going through the life-changing process of weight-loss surgery in an effort to lose hundreds of pounds.
This comedy-drama is set in a village between North Africa and the Middle East. A battle-of-the-sexes, the village women threaten to withhold sexual favours if the men refuse to fetch water from a remote well.
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