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The Happiest Day of His Life (2007)

THE HAPPIEST DAY OF HIS LIFE is a light-hearted film that, through a colorful lens, subtly challenges gender roles and traditions with a sense of humor. Depicting a classic, traditional ... See full summary »

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Ursula Burton

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Ursula Burton
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Hillman ... Steven, the Groom
Ursula Burton ... Catherine, the Bride
Gabrielle B. Burton Gabrielle B. Burton ... Woman at Bar
Roger V. Burton ... Husband at bar
Michael Tucker ... Mrd. Somerset, father of the groom
Jill Eikenberry ... Penny Somerset, mother of the groom
Stephanie Venditto Stephanie Venditto ... Wedding Planner
Jesus Ornelas Jesus Ornelas ... Jesus, Cake Artist
Race Owen ... Groomsbachelor
Eddie Mills ... Dave, Mistered of Honor
Jeff Newburg ... Groomsbachelor Matt
Brent Schraff ... Groomsbachelor Alex
Aniruddh Patel Aniruddh Patel ... Groomal Shower Guest
Kimberly Scott ... Darci, brideswoman
Suzanne Cryer ... Cynthia, the best woman
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THE HAPPIEST DAY OF HIS LIFE is a light-hearted film that, through a colorful lens, subtly challenges gender roles and traditions with a sense of humor. Depicting a classic, traditional wedding and following the iconic scenes from typical Hollywood wedding movies like FATHER OF THE BRIDE, THE HAPPIEST DAY OF HIS LIFE reverses both gender roles and our assumptions. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

Company Credits

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Five Sisters Productions See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Great production value and a novel premise.
11 December 2006 | by bewilkinsonSee all my reviews

With a radical concept like this one it would be easy for this to turn into a feminist manifesto of sorts. The filmmakers skilfully avoided this and instead produced a fun and funny short that can make men and women alike giggle at the double-standards we all see in daily life. The lighting, costume's and cinematography compliment good performances from many recognizable actors. I'm not sure I understand the exact purpose of this film. It's 11 minute runtime plants it firmly in the 'short' category but the quality of the production suggests that someone raised a lot of money to make this film which will be difficult to market and may serve only as a promotional piece or calling card for Five Sisters Productions.


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