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What to know: Incredible kids' series.
Recommended age 8-18
34 minutes
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Yes, I recommend this for the KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals! This is an enjoyable kids' series. It follows Lucy Lewis, a girl who goes to high school with her best friend Ruby. She struggles with her lack of public speaking skills and people pitying her for her mild hip dysplasia. Lucy is elected for School Representative in an election that she did not want to win. She is hesitant to give a planned speech at the opening of their new school cafe. When Lucy discovers the malicious plans of her principal to kick out those who are less fortunate financially, Lucy and Ruby sabotage the principal's plans. My favorite character is Lucy Lewis. She is likable, smart and funny. I'd be interested to see where her character goes in the future. She's a bit quirky, which makes her more likable. She gets good lines and Thomasin Mckenzie excels at breaking the fourth wall and stressing the unluckiness of the situations she comes across. I enjoy the settings, characters and storylines. Kids could relate to some of the school dynamics. It has very nice pace and keeps you entertained. I recommend this for ages 8 to 18 and give it 4 out of 5 stars. Reviewed by Ben P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
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LUCY LEWIS CAN'T LOSE is a deeply uncool series about how doing the right thing a real pain in the butt. Thomasin McKenzie stars as Lucy Lewis, who is a terrible public speaker. Like, really terrible. She's desperate not to be voted School Representative, mostly because the School Rep has to make a huge speech in front of the whole school. Which is basically her worst nightmare.
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