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Virtual Sexuality

  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • 1999
  • Nick Hurran
  • 88 mins
  • 15

Summary

Fantasy comedy starring Laura Fraser as a young girl desperate to lose her virginity, whose honour remains intact despite her best efforts. When she is introduced to the wonders of a virtual reality makeover machine, however, she sets about using this new technology to solve her problem.

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Review

A star rating of 3 out of 5.

Justine (Divorcing Jack's Laura Fraser) is the lovelorn teenage girl who uses a virtual reality makeover machine to create her ideal man in this Weird Science-style British comedy scripted by former agony uncle Nick Fisher. Smartly written and aimed firmly at young girls, this has an attractive cast (Fraser, Marcelle Duprey as Justine's best friend, Luke de Lacey as her nerdy pal, Rupert Penry-Jones as the mega-hunk Justine morphs into) and zips along merrily to a fun conclusion. Possibly a bit slight for anyone over the age of 18, but perfect low-budget fun for Just Seventeen readers.

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Credits

Cast

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JustineLaura Fraser
JakeRupert Penry-Jones
ChasLuke de Lacey
AlexKieran O'Brien
FranMarcelle Duprey
HooverNatasha Bell
JasonSteve John Shepherd
MonicaLaura Macaulay
Superbra GirlMelinda Messenger

Crew

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DirectorNick Hurran

Details

Theatrical distributor
Columbia TriStar
Released on
1999-07-02
Languages
English
Guidance
Contains swearing and sex scenes.
Available on
video and DVD
Formats
Colour
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