Son Of The Bride details
|Starring:||Natalia Verbeke, Ricardo Darín, Norma Aleandro, Eduardo Blanco, Hector Alterio|
|Director:||Juan J. Campanella|
|Genres:||Drama - General, World Cinema|
Son Of The Bride
|Run time:||2 hours 4 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Apr 2004|
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Feeling good moviesBy Sid69 from Bedfordshire , 03 Jun 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]If you like films like Amelie, Il Postino or Rabitt proof fence, then this one is for you too.
This story takes place in Argentina, hence the language is Spanish, but don't let this deter you, this film is great is many ways. Photography and acting is superb, in particular the older couple. It is indeed loaded with sentimental stuff but it is also very funny. A gem from South America.
There is a 'hidden' scene halfway between the final credits, so don't cut them short.
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great movie!By a customer , 09 Jan 2013Very good film. My husband and I loved the film. It is a beatiful story about family, love and life.
Happy movieBy a customer , 19 Jun 2012Great movie. Warm, sensitive exploration of family relationships. Also great humour and shot with kindness. Very enjoyable, the second film I have watched by this director and probably the better.
Heartwarming StuffBy 5ft7offootballheaven (300 reviews) from London , 19 Jun 2011Another good outing from Ricardo Darin and his absolutely stunning girlfriend. Bit of a mid life crisis life evaluation movie. Some nice touches and good bits of self reflection. I enjoyed it a lot.
Don't miss thisBy a customer , 17 May 2011Both me and my boyfriend loved this film. It was funny, original, very quirky and a feelgood tearjerker. Watch it.
You can't beat a good middle aged crisisBy Oldbloke (313 reviews) from Sidmouth , 15 Feb 2011Rafael runs a successful independent family restaurant, but his life is full of hassles both personal and professional. After a minor heart attack, he decides to jack it in, leave his daughter, parents and girlfriend behind and retire to Mexico. His plans are upset by the sudden appearance of a long lost friend and his father's insistence on arranging a second wedding to Rafael's mother, who has severe Alzheimers. Hugely enjoyable, sweet, simple family drama is moving and occasionally very funny. Serves to remind us that the same old problems exist the world over.