Wedding Night

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Wedding Night
Wedding Night poster.jpg
Directed by Émile Gaudreault
Produced by Denise Robert
Yves Lafontaine (executive producer)
Daniel Louis (line producer)
Written by Émile Gaudreault
Marc Brunet
Starring François Morency
Geneviève Brouillette
Music by FM Le Sieur
Cinematography Daniel Jobin
Edited by Richard Comeau
Distributed by Seville Distribution
Release date
June 1, 2001 (Quebec)
Running time
92 minutes
Country  Canada
Language French
Budget $ 2,800,000 (estimated)

Wedding Night (French: Nuit de noces) is a 2001 Canadian comedy film.

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After winning a contest Florence and Nicolas set out to get married in Niagara Falls accompanied by their family and friends. No sooner do they arrive than the situation turns sour, and the couple decides to call the whole thing off. Stuck in an unfamiliar town with their respective relatives, Florence and Nicolas have their illusions shattered regarding love and living as a couple. In their own ways the members of both families try to reconcile the ex-future husband and wife, but things are not so simple.

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