When Mrs. Nolan predicts that within a year, Lucy will trudge up the aisle, nothing could be more unlikely as Lucy is anything but marrying type. She enjoys spending evenings in the pub, parties with whoever she wants, her ideal food is a takeaway and cleaning is not high on her list of priorities. But when her other friends' predictions start to come true one by one, she can not help but start thinking ...
One day she meets Gus, and she is faced with the big question: Is he possibly the potential Mr. Lucy Sullivan?
Runtime: 30 minutes
Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married - Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married - Netflix
Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married is an international best selling 1996 novel by Irish author, Marian Keyes. It chronicles the life of Lucy Sullivan, a 26-year-old perpetually broke, unlucky-in-love office worker from London, who has a penchant for bad boys, a needy, alcoholic and flawed father, a dead-end job and exasperating flatmates, dippy Charlotte and bossy Karen. The book is written in the first person and is described by Keyes as a “sideways” sequel to her first novel Watermelon. The novel was adapted into a television series in 1999. It aired on the ITV network, but struggled with numerous scheduling changes. The series has aired internationally and has been released on DVD.
Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married - Plot - Netflix
Lucy visits a fortune teller with her three mis-matched friends, and a marriage is predicted in her future. When the fortune-teller's prophecies for her friends come true, Lucy begins to suspect that she will soon be marrying. Lucy spends the following 12 months looking for Mr Right. Various eligible bachelors are introduced, among them Gus, Lucy's unreliable lover; Daniel, her oldest friend; Chuck, a handsome American; and Adrian, the video shop man. This is followed by a series of disastrous dates, drunken nights out, confessions and revelations. Author Keyes has said, “I'm very fond of that book and I think I have the most affection for Lucy Sullivan as a character. There's a lot of me in there [...] I wanted to write about a single girl in London who goes out with eejit after eejit, you know, because that was really the life I had led, and there was this strange culture of singleness I encountered and I found this very funny. Lucy's depressive, but she has a sense of humour, and that's why I like her.”
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