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When Isabel Darden, a successful, attractive 30-year-old woman, grows tired of people asking her "when are you going to get married," she decides to honor the person she loves the most, by... See more »

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Isabelle
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Colin
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Amy
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Lillian
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Bill
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Roy
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Tracy
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Nancy Singer
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Jim
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Marla
Catherine Thurlow ...
Mrs. Barnes
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Smartass in Restaurant
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Woman in Restaurant #1
Tina D'Angelo ...
Woman in Restaurant #2
Anne Lishman ...
Catering Manager
Norman Mikeal Berketa ...
Supplier (as Norman Mikhael Berketa)
Terrilynn Rader ...
Real Estate Agent
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dan Day ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Tonya Dodds ...
Hand Model (uncredited)
Paul Finnigan ...
Pub Patron (uncredited)
Natasha Jetté ...
Bachelorette (uncredited)
Matt Joyce ...
Baseball Player (uncredited)

Directed by

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Craig Pryce ... (directed by)

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Julie Sherman Wolfe ... (written by)

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Neil Bregman ... producer
Ric Nish ... producer (produced by)
Jesse Prupas ... producer (produced by)
Michael Prupas ... executive producer
Robyn Snyder ... executive producer

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James Gelfand ... (music by)

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Stephen Reizes ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jean Beaudoin

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Marie-Christine Potvin Bouchard ... assistant editor
Sarah Vachon ... assistant editor

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Helene Rousse ... (casting) (as Helen Rousse)

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Paul Easton

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Sue Fijalkowska

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Samantha Caldwell ... key makeup artist
Pina Cava ... assistant makeup artist
Joseph Saikaley ... key hair stylist
Marie-Eve St-Pierre ... daily makeup artist

Production Management

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Steve Boisvert ... unit manager
Nancy Boucher ... production manager
Rachel Fallis ... assistant unit manager
David Richler ... post-production supervisor
Evan Tussman ... post-production supervisor

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Matt Delaney ... third assistant director
Reid A. Dunlop ... first assistant director
Sean Parker ... trainee assistant director

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Jaime Anderson ... art department production assistant
Ashraf Asfour ... swing art (as Ashrah Asfour)
Shane Boucher ... art production assistant
Heather Buist ... art department production assistant
Alex Drapeau ... art department production assistant
Jason Gallinger ... art department production assistant
Anatoliy Ignatyev ... swing art (as Anatoly Ignatiev)
Cody Johnson ... art department production assistant
Kathy Logan ... art department production assistant
Tim Winchester ... property master
Philip Wood ... art department coordinator

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Scott Donald ... supervising dialogue editor
Philippe Espantoso ... re-recording mixer
Michael Gurman ... sound editor
Steven Gurman ... post sound consultant
Roger Guérin ... dialogue re-recording mixer
Paul Hubert ... foley artist
Eric Med Lagacé ... foley recordist
France Leduc ... dialogue editor
Peter Lopata ... supervising sound editor

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Serge Verreault ... visual effects

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Mike Bainbridge ... assistant camera
Martin A. Bonin ... daily electric
David J. Cain ... camera operator (as David Cain)
John Cameron ... fourth electric
Albert Camicioli ... still photographer
Joseph Chan ... first assistant camera
Jason Gallinger ... lighting technician
Bob Harper ... key grip
Jeff Hohener ... camera operator
Denis Lamothe ... best boy electric
Luc Lorrain ... third electrician
Pierre Rancourt ... gaffer
Darren Spriet ... second assistant camera
Mark Zanin ... camera trainee

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Don Carroll ... casting: Los Angeles

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Samantha Kane ... wardrobe
Sharon McDonell ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Matthew Peat ... assistant location manager
Kate Turner ... location manager

Music Department

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Diandra Yoselevitz ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Mathieu Lanthier ... transportation manager

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Christiaan Anderson ... production assistant
Tonya Dodds ... production secretary
Jay Fredrick ... studio technical manager
Marjorie Hamel ... script supervisor
Colleen Hanafin ... production coordinator
Mindy May Jenkins ... accountant
Alexander Sandy Jesion ... chief financial officer
Peter Jurt ... stand-in
Penelope Laurence ... formatting
Betty Palik ... unit publicist
Lexi Pathak ... assistant publicist

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Plot Summary

Isabel Davies is an attractive, successful, 30-year-old woman with a great career, lots of friends and an eye and flair for restoring houses. Life could be no better for Isabel - but as far as her mother and friends are concerned, she will be a spinster is she doesn't find a husband soon. They constantly nag her about dating and finding the right man. When yet another blind date turns into a nightmare, Isabel resolves to do something that will forever keep her friends and mother out of her hair. She will take their advice and marry the one person who knows her better than anyone else: herself. Much to her mother Lillian's chagrin and her best friend Amy's disgust, Isabel begins planning her wedding with the help of her very enthusiastic gay friend, Bill. As Isabel and Bill amuse themselves with the details of organizing her nuptials, Isabel is confident that she will finally get some peace from the wedding-obsessed crowd - and she will also be making a statement for single women all over the world. What Isabel doesn't bank on, however, is a meeting with her contractor's handsome and intelligent son, Colin. At first she assumes that this man won't live up to her standards, but after a few romantic and charming dates, it begins to dawn on Isabel that Colin may in fact be a better life-partner for her than the one she's already planning to marry! As the wedding date approaches and the preparations escalate, Isabel knows that she must let Colin know about her wedding plans. Unfortunately, her numerous attempts to tell him about the wedding are overshadowed by their growing romance and Colin soon finds out about Isabelle's plans to marry herself when she announces them on national TV. Frustrated by Isabelle's failure to tell him about her upcoming wedding and about the repercussions of being known by the public as that "schmuck" who wouldn't marry his girlfriend, Colin decides he can't date a woman who is about to marry herself and the pair splits up. With the pressure from the wedding mounting and the loss of her boyfriend fresh in her mind, Isabel must make a choice between sticking to her convictions and following her heart: Will she try to win back the man of her dreams or will she continue on with her wedding? Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Why Wait for Mr. Right? See more »
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Also Known As
  • Marry Me (United States)
  • Mon mariage avec moi (France)
  • Tha me pantrefto! (Greece)
  • Marry Me (Sweden)
  • Un Matrimonio Molto Particolare (Italy)
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  • 90 min
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Budget CAD2,000,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Erica Durance and Meghan Rath both worked with Sam Witwer. Durance in Smallville (2001) and Rath in Being Human (2011) See more »

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