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I Feel Pretty

I Feel Pretty
I Feel Pretty




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Dissatisfied with her life, Renee is a thirty-something year-old woman who attends the gym despite feeling she doesn’t belong there. We see her regularly facing barriers in her daily life: she struggles to get served at a bar, and a shop assistant advises Renee that she’s more likely to find her size online. She and two of her close friends turn to online dating, but when this proves equally disheartening, Renee seems ready to settle for a life of frustration. One day, she injures her head in a workout accident and something changes, suddenly becoming confident about all aspects of her life, including her body, seeing herself as powerful and beautiful. Seemingly as a direct consequence of this change, her career takes off and she meets a man who cares about her. But will it last? Amy Schumer gives a typically charismatic performance in this funny film with a positive message about body confidence.

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12A Classification

Moderate sex, sex references, language.

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