Globe-trotting Christine wakes up one ordinary day to find that her biological clock has gone off with a vengeance. But for a commitment-phobe on the wrong side of 40, the road to ... See full summary »

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Globe-trotting Christine wakes up one ordinary day to find that her biological clock has gone off with a vengeance. But for a commitment-phobe on the wrong side of 40, the road to motherhood is strewn with bedlam, calamity and smoked out eggs. When she turns to her life long friends Margo and Mikki for support, she finds them equally embattled; Margo zealously guarding the door to her recently emptied nest, and Mikki frantically fighting her evil twin foes: Sagging and Drooping. Collectively, however, the girls are a force to be reckoned with, so together they take on the might of Mother Nature with hilarious results. Written by Jennifer Ussi

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If you thought puberty was hard, wait 'til you hit 40!

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Great little comedy!!
18 November 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I LOVED the movie! It's funny, unusual and, just when you think it's going the way it should go, it doesn't! Great to see a movie about real women, and real women problems. I can imagine that men under 40 wouldn't get this movie at all, or anyone who is quite religious – so beware! The lead characters are menopausal best friends who have completely different lifestyles & wants. From the start the characters are set: Christine (Veronica Neave) the world wandering happy to be single successful photographer – whose biological clock is about to go off with a bang! The free-spirited Margo (Queenie van de Zandt) happily married to Keith (Jamie Dunn - hugely funny) with two kids, but would love to be an empty nester & Mikki (Catarina Hebbard) terrified of the fast approaching onslaught of everything that comes with being middle-aged with her partner Tom (Adam Couper, also co-writer) continually trying to convince her she is perfect just the way she is. Performances by the three central women are all outstanding.

What is soon to become Christine's very amusingly obsession with falling pregnant is supported at the most important & unfortunate of times by her friends when she needs them most. The pitch line for the movie "If you thought puberty was hard wait till you hit 40" certainly rings true! But for a laugh, and for some tears, and for a movie that is one of the funniest - I laughed so hard my sides hurt - Girl Clock is the best independent film I have seen all year.


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