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Minute Matrimony (2002)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Joshua Safran Joshua Safran ... Jewish Groom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Banford Robert Banford ... Gospel Choir
Alex Barker Alex Barker ... Preacher / Rabbi
Rajesh Bhatia Rajesh Bhatia ... Indian Man
Aaron Brace Aaron Brace ... Young Groom
Ari Brochin Ari Brochin ... Dancing Rabbi
Lenice Cally Lenice Cally ... Black Bride
Velvet Case Velvet Case ... Bridesmaid
Coquise Cooksie Coquise Cooksie ... Gospel Choir
Eulonda Craig Eulonda Craig ... Gospel Choir
Kennard Davis Kennard Davis ... Gospel Choir
Paul DelBene Paul DelBene ... Divorce Lawyer
Nicole Doherty Nicole Doherty ... Bridesmaid
Jonathan Emanuel Jonathan Emanuel ... Dancing Rabbi
Daniel-Yosef Epstein Daniel-Yosef Epstein ... Jewish Groom (Home Movie Weddings)
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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 April 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Alameda, California, USA See more »

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Summit Pictures See more »
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Color
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Funny scenes, great concept
2 June 2005 | by popcornjoe123See all my reviews

If you're a fan of Mel Brooks, you'll probably appreciate this film--especially the Jewish/Black humor of it. There are some really funny moments as it sends up weddings, divorces, and different kinds of intermarriage via a drive-thru format. It seemed to me that it was more about the concept and the jokes than a dramatic quest type of storyline. On the Minute Matrimony DVD there's also a great making-of video that actually did have a storyline--that of the filmmaker and his crew making a successful short film on the cheap. It showed how much fun the actors were having even as they played around with racial stereotypes, etc. The making-of video was also interesting from the point of view of understanding how hard it is to make a low budget film look and feel like a big budget film. It gave me an understanding of the film-making process that I didn't have before. With all this and some more stuff on the DVD, I thought it was quite worthwhile.


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