unfussy

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un·fuss·y

 (ŭn-fŭs′ē)
adj.
1. Not particular about or concerned with details.
2. Not cluttered or complicated, as with extraneous matters or details.
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unfussy

(ʌnˈfʌsɪ)
adj, unfussier or unfussiest
1. not characterized by overelaborate detail
2. not particular: he's unfussy about which grievances he exploits.
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And while Emily Watson gives a stunning performance of the cellist with all her foibles and fulsome passion, in sickness and in health, it is the quieter, unfussier performance by Australian actress Rachel Griffiths as the jealous yet devoted Hilary, a talented flautist living in the shadow of her sister's fame, that gives the work its emotional heart.