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Release Date :  
 Release Date (Streaming):
25 July 2014 Wide
May 17, 2016
Hindi                      Yes
English                   Yes
In                            2D, 3D
Director            Luc Besson
Run Time   01:28:18
Rating Symbol     R , Sexuality|Disturbing
Writer         Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio
Awards                    win
Age                     16+
Genres       Action, Mystery, Sci Fi, Thriller,
Budget       $ 39 million
Box Office         $ 463.4 million
Studio:                     EuropaCorp Distribution , Universal Pictures
Production companyEuropaCorp, TF1 Films Production, Canal+, Ciné+
Produced by         Virginie Besson-Silla
Starring     Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman
GamesNo Available : Google Play Store
Cinematography Thierry Arbogast
Country                 France
Language           English, Korean, French
Music Director  Éric Serra
Filming LocationTaipei, Paris, New York City

Lusy (2014 film)

Film Explained

Lusy (2014 film)Human beings use only 10% of their brain. Lucy is about a woman named. Lucy played by Scarlett Johansson unwittingly ingests a new synthetic drug which enables her to use of 100% if any of us are going to have the opportunity to use. A hundred percent of our brain I want it to be ScarJo the actress is a near perfect blend of strength and sex and she also has depth and vulnerability.

Early in the film as the drug sharpens her brains and senses Lucy calls her mother to tell her she loves her shot in close-up Johansson creates such an authentic sense of bewilderment power loss and love that for a few minutes at least you believe and I genuinely moved by her emotion ,

but the rest of the film is manic and willfully bonkers writer director Lucy Besson has created an ambitious but bumpy mashup of action thriller and philosophical treatise it’s like reading Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life but with drug dealers guns car chases dozens of murders and femme fatale at one point

Lucy starts evaporating into particles in an airplane bathroom she grows an extra hand and these strange black dripping tentacles reaction is intercut with shots the animal kingdom a cheetah hunting and antelope several species

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