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Secret Bridesmaids' Business (2002)

Chronicles the events of the day before a wedding, as disastrous secrets come out from both sides of the couple and a bizarre set of coincidences threaten to finish off the wedding forever.

Director:

Lynn-Maree Danzey

Writer:

Elizabeth Coleman (play)
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Cast overview:
Helen Dallimore Helen Dallimore ... Margaret 'Meg' Louise Bacon
Vince Colosimo ... James William Davis
Val Lehman ... Colleen
Rebecca Frith ... Angela
Sacha Horler ... Lucy Dean
Alice McConnell Alice McConnell ... Naomi Bartlet
Deidre Rubenstein Deidre Rubenstein ... Ruth
Justin Batchelor Justin Batchelor ... Young Bill
Amy Lockwood Amy Lockwood ... Young Colleen
David McLean David McLean ... Minister
Mark Guerin Mark Guerin ... Priest #1
Peter Nicholls Peter Nicholls ... Priest #2
Graham Athmer Graham Athmer ... Groom
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Chronicles the events of the day before a wedding, as disastrous secrets come out from both sides of the couple and a bizarre set of coincidences threaten to finish off the wedding forever.

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 June 2002 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Good bits, but not many
9 February 2005 | by tonyhicSee all my reviews

They were asking for it, so for the first half hour I was comparing it to Muriel's Wedding and thinking how bland it was. Then I tried judging it on its own merits, but found that really hard going because the merits were few.

Sacha Horler is a great actor, but you could see the agony on her face, realising that she was stuck in this film. Rebecca Frith was great too, but the two lead actors, playing the bride and the mother, were embarrassingly awful. I remember Val Lehmann because of Prisoner, but as for the bod who played the bride I'm grateful that her name escapes me. They didn't seem to understand the meaning of what they were saying. Worse than cardboard.

The script had a few good moments, and a few intriguing plot developments, but I got the feeling that they wasted the opportunities. I think I'd like to see the play - performed without Val Lehmann and that other one - to find out if it worked any better.


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