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Soulmates Alexandra (Talulah Riley) and Jeremy (Matthew McNulty) are getting married. At least that's the plan. Unfortunately for them, nonchalant best man Peter (Noel Clarke), bridesmaid Sarah (Mena Suvari) and an army of naysayers haven't heard they're meant to be together. Can missing bridesmaids, crashed cars, a trip to A&E, and a delivery of pigs testicles stand in the way of true love?Written by
Alex and Jeremy are getting married. Nothing can go wrong....can it? It's the morning of the wedding. People have to get ready for the most important day in these two people's lives. But there are some hitches in the run up to the wedding such as the ring disappearing into somewhere no one should ever venture, a car that looks like it's come straight from Pimp My Ride, torn suits, tummy troubles, big pants and a missing bridesmaid.
From the start, there are laugh out loud moments as we join the bride and groom on their journeys from home to the altar. Will Jeremy ever get to the church on time? What happens when Alex has an attack of nerves? The Knot is a fun, light-hearted comedy which will have you laughing to the end. Definitely one to see and enjoy the fun!
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