In this fast-paced Greek wedding comedy, young lovers Ilias and Marina arrive on the island of Crete for their wedding, along with their large, boisterous families all eager to celebrate ...
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After losing his son in WW2, a poor cobbler has become a drunkard and laughing stock of the whole neighborhood, besetting his daughter. When his daughter falls in love with a rich young man... See full summary »
A young bride-to-be flies off to Venice only to become another man's wife. But, as the newlyweds return home, her family's unmanageable eccentricity will prepare the ground for a ceaseless battle of wills. Who can tame this crazy family?
In this fast-paced Greek wedding comedy, young lovers Ilias and Marina arrive on the island of Crete for their wedding, along with their large, boisterous families all eager to celebrate the nuptials. However, when a typo on the wedding invitation confuses the reception venue and scatters the guests in different directions, they embark on a collision course of increasingly comedic proportions.Written by
When Ilias first appears, he is doing a fashion shoot above Athens. The last shots he takes have a large shadow on the model's right arm, which a real professional photographer would not allow in this style of shoot. See more »
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I enjoyed the scenario, the cast is the best, and I don't have to write much about the beautiful views of Crete. We don't know Alex Dimitriades in Greece, but I think he was great. For me a really surprise is Betty Magira. We know how talented she as a presenter, but also she leaves a lot of promises as an actress too.
4 different stories are cleverly mixed. I really enjoyed the 'Arturos' party' sequence.
Congratulations to the director for the excellent use of the cameras.
Go and see it, you won't waste your money!
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