Die Bluthochzeit (The Wedding Party) (2005)

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The Belgian cult filmmaker Dominique Deruddere, best known for the 1987 Bukowski opus Love is a Dog From Hell, helms the jet-black German-language comedy The Wedding Party. The film concerns a wedding at a luxurious, picturesque country inn, that turns utterly nasty thanks to a feud between the groom's obnoxious father, Hermann Walzer (Armin Rohde) and the establishment's resident chef, Franz Berger (Uwe Ochsenknect). Conflict first erupts when Hermann refuses to pay Franz for the banquet; in retaliation, Chef Franz locks up the bride and Hermann's wife as a guaranty. This, in turn, ignites a bloody battle that finds the men ultimately brandishing guns and hand-grenades, and leaving many an unfortunate victim in their wake. Arne Lenk and Lisa Maria Potthoff co-star; DeRuddere co-authored the original script with Jean vanHamme. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Comedy , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Cast

Armin Rohde
as Hermann Walzer
Uwe Ochsenknecht
as Franz Berger
Arne Lenk
as Mark Walzer
Lisa Maria Potthoff
as Sophie Halberstadt
Josef Heynert
as Andy Walzer
Alexander Halberstadt
as Fabian Hinrichs
Sandra Borgmann
as Katrin Walzer
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Audience Reviews for Die Bluthochzeit (The Wedding Party)

Not exacting a comedy like it saids on the package of the DVD. but I did like watching it. It sure proves that rednecks are just here in the United States. Who else would go hunt pheasents on the way of the Wedding Dinner!

Julie Buse
Julie Buse

Deja vu as seems I had seen similar scenario somewhere else before. Not a bad comedy noir only I have expected it goes much farther & much more crazier than existing.

WS Wu
WS Wu

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