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The scary part about 112 Weddings is not even the divorced couples, but the still-married, happy but stressed ones talking honestly.
A skilled documentarian, Block moves briskly from easily relatable domestic scenarios to more tragic ones, and changes things up by focusing on two young marrieds-to-be.
Though everything about the pic is slight and bittersweet, it's still charming.
Deftly rips the veil off a day that mainstream culture still sappily proclaims is about 'soulmates' ... when we all know it's about one managed moment, full of statement and purpose and signifying an awful lot, in a life we can't possibly plan for.
What the film doesn't say about marriage is more interesting than what it does.
The film's sometimes downbeat tone can't help but evoke memories of Philip Larkin's The Whitsun Weddings.
112 Weddings is a bittersweet portrait of the state of modern marriage, as interpreted by a New York wedding photographer.
A startling and welcome breath of reality for an institution overladen by fantasy in our culture. Happily ever after is hard!
This revealing documentary attempts to put marriage under a microscope by catching up with couples several years after they exchanged vows.
Why some marriages work and some fail is still a mystery and the film is inevitably bitty and random but it is still a touching, sweet-natured slice of life.
Disappointingly, the obvious question of Block's own marital/domestic situation is avoided. It's an entertaining study, though.
With the gulf between audience and film subjects reduced by thoughtful honesty, our investment in the fates of each couple and individual skyrockets.
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