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Feeling Sexy is a story about Vicki, a passionate and vivacious artist with a voracious appetite for life and love. When she meets and marries medical student Greg, she feels she has found ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Susie Porter ... Vicki
Tamblyn Lord Tamblyn Lord ... Greg
Amanda Muggleton ... Vicki's Mum
Ashleigh Dumbleton Ashleigh Dumbleton ... Ruby 6 mths
Chloe Dumbleton Chloe Dumbleton ... Ruby 6 mths
Harriet Genest Harriet Genest ... Ruby 2 yrs
Imogen Genest Imogen Genest ... Ruby 2 yrs
Amy Colebourne Amy Colebourne ... Ruby 4 yrs
Stephanie Colebourne Stephanie Colebourne ... Ruby 4 yrs
Simone Dumbleton Simone Dumbleton ... Young Mother in Hospital
Samantha Butler Samantha Butler ... Toby 9 mths
Sarah Butler Sarah Butler ... Toby 9 mths
Matthew Page Matthew Page ... Toby 2 yrs
Mitchell Page Mitchell Page ... Toby 2 yrs
Lindy Morrison Lindy Morrison ... Checkout Chick
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Feeling Sexy is a story about Vicki, a passionate and vivacious artist with a voracious appetite for life and love. When she meets and marries medical student Greg, she feels she has found true happiness, but two kids and hours, weeks, years of house chores later soon shatter the dream. Vicki wants freedom, release and self-expression, and despite her love for Greg, falls into a lusty affair with art student Hugo. But dishonesty and deceit are not for Vicki. She fatally confesses all to Greg and home life becomes hellish, with Vicki left crushed and demoralized and Greg suspicious and mistrusting. A radical solution is called for and Vicki discovers that the answer may lie within her own creativity and imagination. Vicki is 'married with children' and caught in the universal dilemma - how do you keep the passion alive? Written by Anonymous

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Living in a sexual fantasy, but from a bored suburban wife's point of view.

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Binnaburra Film Company

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Australia

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English

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23 December 1999 (Australia) See more »

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Brisbane, Australia See more »

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Middle-class wonderful
24 January 2000 | by kchynesSee all my reviews

A beautiful, colourful, sexual and wonderful retort to the stereotypes of stay-at-home mothers that dominant our screens. Davida Allen & Co have produced a film that sings to an audience of urbanites suffering under the mantle of mediocrity. At only 50 minutes in length the film resolves perfectly without the audience having to trawl through hours of middle-class navel-gazing.


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