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Wedding Belles (2007)

A darkly humorous look at the lives and loves of four modern women, each with their own remarkable, intriguing and often tragic stories.

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Leith, Edinburgh. Rhona, an ex-fashion model who's mourning the death of her fiancé, plans revenge on her fiancé's killer while falling into drug dependency. Kelly is battling with her demons and managing to upset all those around her. Shaz works in an old people's home and takes on her job very seriously -- selling black-market Viagra to the residents. Amanda is the bride-to-be and matriarch of the gang. She's a successful business woman with her own beauty salon and is due to marry Joshua, an airline pilot with a very dark secret. Written by Anonymous

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Kelly: I never got the chance to do it to you when you was alive, so this'll have to do.
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This Is Love
Written by PJ Harvey (as PJ Harvey)
Performed by PJ Harvey (as PJ Harvey)
Used by permission of Hothead Music Ltd. (PRS)/EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of Universal-Island Records Ltd., under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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First class, punchy British comic drama
2 February 2011 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

I stumbled on this flicking through Channel 4's on demand service and then watched in awe for the full length of its 96 minute running time. I half knew I would when I read the name Irvine Welsh, credited as the writer. Wedding Belles has the same caffeinated charisma and fluent foul-mouthery of the principal ensemble of Trainspotting, the film based on Welsh's novel.

The acting is virtuosic tour, a high-torque example of playing one moment daft, as if to a sitcom-type audience, the next terribly serious but never splashing the melodrama. The unapologetic but beautifully annunciated accents are not at all hard to follow. The swearing is world class, utterly fluent and incorporated into both vernacular and character. None of this Richard Curtis business of queuing up yet another "f**k" from the beginning of a sentence.

It's a woman's picture, by which I mean very high highs and low lows all taken at hysterical pace, but which brushes it all off after each episode. An excellent piece of TV film making. Even if it didn't deserve a theatrical release, it should have had more publicity than it got. 8/10


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