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I found this laugh out loud film by accident. Truth is it was at a reduced price at the DVD shop. But I am so glad I found it. You don't have to be Asian to find this film funny as it is just so well acted and written. But the Asian wedding is probably different to many western ones in that the bride is actually a virgin and it is this that makes it so workable.
All the acting is brilliant but the guy who acts as the boys father was really funny.
This is a film I could definitely watch again and would recommend to others.
Oh also hardly any bad language if at all which makes a change.
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