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Release Date:
15 September 1995 (UK) See more »
JC is at the end of his Twenties and is living with his girlfriend Chloe in a small coastal town in England... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Sean Pertwee ... J.C.

Catherine Zeta-Jones ... Chloe

Steven Mackintosh ... Josh Tambini

Ewan McGregor ... Dean Raymond

Peter Gunn ... Terry Colcott

Heathcote Williams ... Shaper
Colette Brown ... Junior
Michelle Chadwick ... Sarah

Keith Allen ... Mike

Robin Soans ... Young Bob

Jenny Agutter ... Guinevere / Mary Fenton
Guy Leverton ... Crab
Mark Frost ... Moose

Paul Reynolds ... Recording Engineer
Edwin Starr ... Ossie Sands
Richard Moore ... Smuggler FM's Dan

Raymond Adamson ... Smuggler FM's Gordon
Russell De Rozario ... Massive Bouncer
David Glover ... Hotel Manager
George Glen ... Hotel Receptionist
Shaughan Seymour ... Auctioneer
Luke Foxley ... Stroppy Kid
Astrid Weguelin ... Baby
Paul Honor ... Surfing Crew
Jeremy Kent ... Surfing Crew
Jamie Pardoe ... Surfing Crew

Christopher Ryan ... Surfing Crew
Essex Tyler ... Surfing Crew
Andreya Wharry ... Surfing Crew

Directed by
Carl Prechezer 
Writing credits
Peter Salmi (screenplay) &
Carl Prechezer (screenplay)

Peter Salmi (original idea) &
Carl Prechezer (original idea) &
Tim Veglio (original idea)

Produced by
Simon Relph .... producer
Peter Salmi .... producer
Original Music by
Simon Davison (original music by)
Cinematography by
Richard Greatrex (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael Ellis 
Casting by
Abi Cohen 
Production Design by
Mark Tildesley 
Art Direction by
Tristan Peatfield 
Costume Design by
Linda Alderson 
Makeup Department
Kirstin Chalmers .... chief hair artist (as Kirstin Weguelin)
Kirstin Chalmers .... chief makeup artist (as Kirstin Weguelin)
Sammy Serjeant .... makeup artist
Production Management
Jane Headland .... post-production supervisor
Anita Overland .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Toby Coke .... third assistant director
David Daniels .... first assistant director
Tim Veglio .... second unit director
Stephen Woolfenden .... second assistant director
Art Department
Stephen Bliss .... logo: Blue Juice (as Steven Bliss)
David Bryan .... construction manager
Russell Cole .... stand-by construction
Dan Crandon .... props
Richard Field .... assistant art director
Liz Griffiths .... production buyer
Mike Mallick .... property master
Nick Thomas .... props
Rod Wilson .... stand-by construction
Sound Department
Diane Greaves .... foley artist
Paul Hamblin .... dubbing mixer
Danny Hambrook .... sound
Ruby Mulraine .... jobfit sound trainee
Clive Pendry .... assistant dubbing mixer
Michael Redfern .... foley editor
Jack Stew .... foley artist
Brad Watson .... assistant dialogue editor
Christian Wilson .... sound department trainee
Ian Wilson .... dialogue editor
Stuart Wilson .... boom operator
Stuart Wilson .... effects editor
Steve Hancock .... sound camera operator (uncredited)
Glenn Marks .... stunt arranger
Rod Woodruff .... stunt arranger
Camera and Electrical Department
Denzil Armour-Brown .... focus puller: second unit (as Denzil Armour Brown)
Martin Bloye .... electrician (as Martin Bloy)
Roy Branch .... chief electrician
Danny Cohen .... camera assistant: Lanzarote (as Daniel Cohen)
John Gamble .... camera assistant: Lanzarote
Pat Garrett .... camera grip
Roy Judd .... electrician
Tim Judd .... electrician
Brad Larner .... focus puller
Liam Longman .... stills: Cornwall
Stephen Sadler .... clapper loader
Mark Silk .... water camera: Cornwall
Mark Thompson .... water camera: Lanzarote
James Welland .... director of photography: second unit
Alex Williams .... stills: Lanzarote
Peter Wing .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lou Durkin .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Emily Hunt .... second assistant editor
Maria Walker .... first assistant editor
Location Management
Nigel Aird .... location assistant
Fran Robertson .... location manager
Rosa Romero .... location manager: Lanzarote
Music Department
Richard Edwards .... music engineer
Michael Spencer .... music engineer
Transportation Department
Bruce Adams .... unit driver
John Bore .... driver: makeup truck
John Bore .... driver: wardrobe truck
Ed Lewis .... unit driver
Tim Lewis .... unit driver
Ian Richmond .... unit driver
Ed Rutherford .... camera car driver
Other crew
Lucy Amor .... production assistant
Louise Batterby .... stand-in
Hilary Benson .... production coordinator: second unit
Lindsey Bleach .... contact: London
Julius Brighton .... production assistant
Carn Burton .... production assistant: second unit
Keith Chapple .... accountant
Sarah Clark .... publicist
Clive Clarke .... choreographer
Joe Cornish .... production assistant
Mike Dempsey .... title designer
Mike Dempsey .... titles
Steve England .... surfing consultant: Terry
Steve England .... surfing double: Terry
Daniel Harding .... stand-in
Jane Headland .... production accountant
Eddie Joseph .... personal trainer: Sean Pertwee
Jamie Owen .... surfing double: JC
Rajeshree Patel .... accountant
Victoria Pitkethly .... production assistant
Julia Richards .... script supervisor
Jonathan Rutter .... publicist
Adam Scott .... production assistant
Rob Small .... surfing consultant: Dean
Rob Small .... surfing double: Dean
Deryn Stafford .... production coordinator
Caroline Thomas .... production secretary
Rebecca Trowell .... unit nurse
Pedro Urrestarazu .... surfing advisor: Lanzarote
Lee Vowles .... advisor: Northern Soul
David Aukin .... thanks
Christian Bourguignon .... thanks
Sudy Coy .... thanks
Mike Foxley .... thanks: The South West Film Commission
Sara Geater .... thanks
Ernst Goldschmidt .... thanks
Jack Lechner .... thanks
Colin Leventhal .... thanks
Fabien Liron .... thanks
Gail Pattinson .... thanks
Allon Reich .... thanks
Bill Stephens .... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for language, drug use and some sexual content
90 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Sean Pertwee used toupée tape to hold a sock in place, in the scene where JC appears nude apart from a black sock. "...I came up with this ingenious ploy - wrapping toupée tape on my chap. You won't believe how difficult it is to remove..." In a 1995 interview with FHM, Catherine Zeta-Jones recalled the filming of the sock scene; "It was a brown Marks & Spencer one, though. If it was a Stussy one, or something like that, it might have been more interesting."See more »
Continuity: When JC is in the car with his friends, he says Chloe has no money and between shots his collar jumps from under to over the seat belt.See more »
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Blue juice, one of my favorites, 4 June 2016

When should we grow up? In this movie some guys struggle with where they're going in life. Some haven't grown up and others may have grown up too fast. The passion these guys have for surfing and their immaturity is funny and entertaining. There's also an older wise wizard like person named 'Shape' who says some funny stuff and seems consumed by wisdom and a higher power. Some of his lines are my favorite. My friend bought the DVD from Walgreens one night; he told me he'd seen it there before and noticed something about the DVD cover. He explained how someone had made a DVD cover where they put Ewen McGregor's character next to the character Catherine Zeta-Jones plays. What's Funny is that Ewen Mcgregor didn't have short hair in the film like they portray him on the 'current' DVD cover. Ewen also didn't wear that tight black surf suit you see him wearing on the DVD cover; It was worn by the films main character 'J.C.;' This is probably because Ewen McGregor has become a more well-known actor than Sean Pertwee(JC)since Blue Juice was conceived.

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