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Always a Bridesmaid (2000)

Not Rated | | Documentary | April 2000 (USA)
One of the most personal documentaries out there. Nina Davenport's journey through her life as a wedding videographer who is unable to receive a marriage commitment from her boyfriend. As ... See full summary »

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Nina Davenport

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Nina Davenport
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Credited cast:
Nina Davenport Nina Davenport ... Herself
Charles Kurzon Charles Kurzon ... Himself - Nick's father
Isabel 'Ibby' Ellis Kurzon Isabel 'Ibby' Ellis Kurzon ... Herself - Nick's mother
Nick Kurzon Nick Kurzon ... Himself - Nina's boyfriend
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One of the most personal documentaries out there. Nina Davenport's journey through her life as a wedding videographer who is unable to receive a marriage commitment from her boyfriend. As she attempts to make since of her life, Davenport interviews elderly women who never married and her own mother, who was quite the prize in her day. What escapes onto film is a courageous young woman who leaves her heart out for the taking. Written by Chris Bogner

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Nina Davenport

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USA | UK

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English

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April 2000 (USA) See more »

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Ikuinen morsiusneito See more »

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Interesting, yet drawn out
18 June 2002 | by aldiaurSee all my reviews

'Always a Bridesmaid' is the story of Nina Davenport's quest for marriage and the frustrations and disappointments she encounters on the was, as told and filmed by Nina Davenport. At first it looks as if it might be dry and boring, but the narrator's voice and style of story telling quickly catches one's interest. You realize this is a true story and you wonder what is going to happen. What kind of person tells her own tale about failed love and unsuccessful relationships, and on video, interviewing all of her friend's about what they think of her and her attitudes towards relationships? Her neurosis pulls you in.

Most of the movie stays pretty interesting, though it begins to drag near the end and you want to tell Nina to stop being dumb and open her eyes. But all in all its an interesting and enjoyable movie.


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