One cannot help but notice that Katie’s eye is drawn to the artifacts and images women are most intimately in touch with; a mother’s lipstick applied just so, a torn stocking repaired with fingernail polish, anonymous high heeled shoes sticking out of a bathroom stall after an excruciating day on the job as a waitress. This bird’s eye view into a woman’s head can be unnerving if you’re not used to seeing that strange and beautiful territory depicted on the screen.” ~ Erica Weingart from an OHFTA article.


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“It’s Clerks on estrogen.” Jeff Ross, Director, San Francisco Independent Film Festival on Juiced
 “Hilarious. Not to be missed.” Wesley Morris, San Francisco Examiner on Juiced
“Obscenity-laced, routinely vulgar, occasionally shocking, disarmingly clever and undeniably funny.”
Tony Atherton, The Ottawa Citizen on Juiced