Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey (2011)

Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey
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Strong coarse language

Director: Brendan Fletcher
Actor: Judith Lucy

Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey follows Judith's very personal path from devoutly religious child to determined young atheist to an adult searching for something to believe in. Judith will try on different faiths for size, reveal what's on offer for the spiritually curious, and relive the hilarious, bizarre and profound moments in her life that have shaped who she is today.

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Run time: 171mins
Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Member Reviews (8)

What a great concept. A comediene looking at faith and religion. I Love Lucy.
Posted Monday, 21 January 2013 See my other reviews
Lucy at her best - a must watch!
Posted Tuesday, 4 December 2012 See my other reviews
Usual Judith Lucy fare, lots of swearing and trademark dry sarcastic humour but it didn't hold my attention for very long.
Posted Tuesday, 28 February 2012 See my other reviews
Posted Tuesday, 21 February 2012 See my other reviews
It was interesting from the get go. Would have just been another ho hum doco if not for Judith Lucy's gags about everything from to her parents, booze, religions and sex. I liked it!!!
Posted Friday, 17 February 2012 See my other reviews
An interesting watch, however I couldn't help but feel disappointed that it wasn't funnier - it is Judith Lucy after all. Her dry, self effacing sarcasm (which I usually quite enjoy in her stand up routines) began to grate on me as the series progressed - particularly when juxtaposed with her sincere interest in some of the most ludicrous of spiritual practices. Her criticism of the catholic church would have held more weight if she spared a little for the other faiths she encountered - christian bashing is becoming so passe! I did get a kick out of the woman who claimed that her spiritual leader was 10,000 years old though.
Posted Sunday, 9 October 2011 See my other reviews
Little Miss (something or other) is a terrible show of drug taking, absolutely very bad language, family dysfunction, homosexuality, suicide and stupidity! The author was probably an escapee from a mental hospital for homo-drug-addicts.
Posted Thursday, 6 October 2011 See my other reviews
I loved it. Judith was brilliant in being so open and honest. Won't be everyone's cup of tea though. However, great for the open minded.
Posted Saturday, 1 October 2011 See my other reviews