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Last Wedding (2001)

Three couples in Vancouver navigate their relationships: first jobs, first crises, professional jealousy, an affair, and lack of communication. Noah and Zipporah marry after a brief ... See full summary »

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10 wins & 11 nominations. See more awards »

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Noah (as Benjamin Ratner)
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Tom Scholte ...
Peter
Nancy Sivak ...
Leslie
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Shane
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Sarah
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Laurel
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Bobbi (as Babz Chula)
Kathleen Duborg ...
Karen
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Noah's Father
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Rabbi
Sam Feldman ...
Sam Feldman
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Wendy Noel ...
Marriage Commissioner
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Three couples in Vancouver navigate their relationships: first jobs, first crises, professional jealousy, an affair, and lack of communication. Noah and Zipporah marry after a brief courtship. She wants to be a singer and stalls out when she fails. He's working hard at a business that may go under. Sarah and Shane are architects; he can't handle her success at a downtown firm. Leslie is a librarian, sour and prickly; her mate, Peter, is a college teacher whose head is turned by a student. Can any of these couples sort things out and stay together? Should they? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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Rated R for language and some strong sexuality | See all certifications »
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22 July 2003 (USA)  »

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The boom mic is visible in one of the bedroom scenes (twice). See more »

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References The Decline of the American Empire (1986) See more »

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Intermezzo, Op. 117, No. 1
Written by Johannes Brahms (Public Domain)
Performed by Jane Coop
Courtesy of CBC Records
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The perfect un-date movie.
23 October 2001 | by (Vancouver, BC) – See all my reviews

Within the genre of romantic comedies, Last Wedding stands out from the rest of the pack. It is a slightly absurd (yet very honest) portrayal of how relationships are, and how they can fail. Whether it's with hasty commitment, selfishness, or a flagrant lack of healthy communication, Last Wedding proves that our own, below-Hollywood-standard relationships cannot be ignored and that they deserve some sort of cinematic representation. Thank you Bruce Sweeney for bringing a dose of romantic realism back to the film industry. I don't know how you do it, but you turn the silver screen into a gigantic mirror for a captivating 101 minutes. You allow us the opportunity to relive our personal dating history with your own colourful brand of constructive criticism. We laugh as much as we cringe because you manage to entertain your audience without truly shaming us.


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