The owners of a luxurious Tuscan villa welcome crowds of betrothed couples and their guests attending beautiful and sometimes bewildering weddings.


Johan Nijenhuis


Maarten Lebens, Anne-Louise Verboon (as Annelou Verboon)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sophie van Oers Sophie van Oers ... Sanne
Simone Kleinsma Simone Kleinsma ... Marla
Ernst Daniël Smid Ernst Daniël Smid ... Tom
Lieke van Lexmond ... Lisa
Diederik Ebbinge Diederik Ebbinge ... Bob
Jan Kooijman ... Jeroen
Matteo van der Grijn ... Camillo
Martine Sandifort Martine Sandifort ... Bella
Dirk Zeelenberg Dirk Zeelenberg ... Koos
Ruud Feltkamp Ruud Feltkamp ... Erik
Carolien Spoor ... Dominique
Medi Broekman Medi Broekman ... Marjolein
Joy Wielkens Joy Wielkens ... Lot
Alessandro Bressanello ... Bellamonti
Anna Elena Pepe ... Donatella


Dutch chef Tom runs with his second wife Marla a luxury boarding house in a romantic Tuscan villa, specializes in wedding parties, with his first marriage daughter Sanne as wedding planner. When gullible businessman Bob comes wed Lisa, his best man Jeroen, a divorce lawyer, and Sanne have an affair, but by the time he's prepared to propose months later, she will already have accepted local farm boy Camillo. The stag party's actual stag hunt proves deadly for the bride's lush sister's pooch, a former affair provides additional fireworks. Wedding guest Koos tempts Marla to cheat on her 'neglective' husband, in vain. Written by KGF Vissers

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Fun rom-com in farcical European tradition
12 July 2017 | by JaynaBSee all my reviews

This movie is a visual delight, a mockery of high fashion, and an enjoyable comedy of errors for viewers who can cope with the differences between European and American storytelling.

It's an ensemble piece, with the male and female leads getting not much more centre-stage time than the rest of the players. There are strong elements of farce, some nods to the physical comedy tradition of Commedia del Arte, and a lot of sacred cows being shot down.

First love, second love, the nature of marriage and the reasons for divorce all get a look-in, as does the mutable nature of family, making it a more thoughtful script than is usual in US wedding movies.

If you can cope with subtitles and take in serious subjects amidst laughter, allow for some in-jokes you won't get about attitudes between, for example, Italian and Dutch and other European countries, you just might enjoy this cheery little visual feast of a wedding movie.

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Tuscany, Italy


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