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Time Out says
Lung is effective and often excellent as ‘the miracle baby’, a survivor of a car-crash that killed her parents now going through a rites-of-passage and a sex/love affair with Weaving’s one-time trade unionist now factory manager at the threatened peach canning operation where they both work. Flashing back to the trippy, looser days of the ‘80s – her dead mother’s secret-filled diary comes into her possession – the film both conveys a sensitive nostalgia and a feel for the difficult growth period of disconsolate young adults.