Last Wedding

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For the 1995 Finnish film, see The Last Wedding.
Last Wedding
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DVD cover
Directed by Bruce Sweeney
Produced by Stephen Hegyes
Written by Bruce Sweeney
Music by Don MacDonald
Cinematography David Pelletier
Edited by Ross Weber
Distributed by THINKFilm
Velocity Home Entertainment
Release date
July 22, 2003 (2003-07-22)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Last Wedding is a 2001 Canadian comedy drama film written and directed by Bruce Sweeney. It opened the 26th annual Toronto International Film Festival in 2001.[1] The film won several awards including the award for Best Canadian Film from the Toronto Film Critics Association.[2]

Plot Summary[edit]

Noah (Ratner), a weatherproofing specialist, is preparing to marry Zipporah (Betrani), a country music singer. His best friend, Peter (Scholte), is a Canadian Literature professor whose relationship with librarian Leslie (Sivak) is threatened by the arrival of a beautiful student (Delver). Meanwhile, Noah's and Peter's other close friend Shane (Gale), is an architect who has a seemingly wonderful relationship with Sarah (Parker), until she graduates and lands a better job than the one he has.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bruce Sweeney to open Toronto Film Festival". CTV. 2001-07-20. Retrieved 2009-12-28. 
  2. ^ "Last Wedding — Awards", The New York Times, retrieved 2009-12-28 

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