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They’re scratching and drumming, being sculpted and decorated and when the still-pregnant Juno leaves, a delighted Su-Chin shouts after her, “God appreciates your miracle! This story about an unplanned teenage pregnancy is very funny, very subtle and thankfully avoids the usual tragedy and hysteria to find its motivations in undeniable human detail instead of abstract political viewpoints. She’s a pint-sized sixteen year-old, precocious, smart and fiercely witty, who decides to give her baby to “someone who totally needs it, like a woman with a bum ovary or a couple of nice lesbo’s.” Played by newcomer Ellen Page, her performance is infallible as she delivers line after hilariously line of joyfully inventive dialogue.But beneath the supposedly glib giggles Juno’s thoughtful actions betray her constant schtick, giving the movie a pathos and sophistication that elevates it above its ‘teen movie’ label.She finds one in the Penny Saver personals, contacts them, tells her dad and step-mother, and carries on with school.The chosen parents, upscale yuppies (one of whom is cool and laid back, the other meticulous and uptight), meet Juno, sign papers, and the year unfolds.
Nonetheless, it’s a comforting setting and surprisingly very touching.The unique dialogue may come off as annoying to some but I find it to be one of the reasons the characters feel so real and likable. Diablo Cody's perfect script would have been ruined by any other director. On a personal level Juno has left an impression on me and I will truly never forget it.I felt as if Juno was a real person throughout the whole film, thanks to Ellen page. Near the start of the movie the eponymous Juno visits an abortion clinic.Outside she meets Su-Chin, an anti-abortion protester and school friend, who tells her two things: “All babies want to get borned”[sic] and “It has fingernails”.