Always a Bridesmaid (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

Always a Bridesmaid (2001)





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Recalling the ground-breaking first-person documentaries of Ross McElwee, this movie focuses on filmmaker Nina Davenport's deeply conflicted feeling towards weddings. On one hand, she feels a strong sense that she is meant for spinsterhood; on the other, she has a burning heterosexual lust for guys. To make matters worse, she works as a wedding videographer, which only reminds her of this internal conflict. This film was screened at the 2000 L.A. Independent Film Festival.


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I really enjoyed this documentary on singleness and marriage. The director Nina Davenport, who is on the verge of turning 30, questions her life and the concept of marriage. She is single and dating a younger guy, who, by the way, is not ready to commit. This she must come to realize who she is and what she wants out of life.

Laura Rachel
Laura Rachel

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