Son of the Bride2002
Son of the Bride (2002)
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Critic Reviews for Son of the Bride
It's fresh, funny, biting, fast-paced and reasonably perceptive about people and their problems.
It's a wise and endearing little film.
It would seem that wherever there are middle-class, midlife crises to be suffered, there are movies to be made about those crises, and they somehow all manage to transcend their local trappings in favour of a kind of borderless emotional banality.
What starts off as a possible Argentine American Beauty reeks like a room stacked with pungent flowers.
Like any good romance, Son of the Bride, proves it's never too late to learn.
Audience Reviews for Son of the Bride
Director Campanella lives up and delivered a funny and deeply moving story, of Rafael a fifty-something guy going through a mid-life crisis. It's quite difficult to find this kind of films, because most of the films nowadays lose sight of the most important thing, the real human emotion,the real lives, the real feelings, the real love. The film was so beautiful and everything worked perfectly together, the writing, directing and acting. There is nothing to say about the people or their interactions, they were just being themselves as in real life, there we don't have heroes. No wonder it was nominated for Best Foreigner Language Film.
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