My First Wedding (2011)

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In "My First Wedding" ("Mi primera boda"), Jewish-born Adrián and Catholic-born Leonora have finally reached their wedding day. Instead of gracefully embracing matrimony, Adrián spends the ... See full summary »

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4 February 2013 | abcvision
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| Celebration!
They say the wedding is a day and the marriage is a life time. When these two love birds Adriá (Daniel Herndler) and his bride Leonora (Natalia Oreiro) come together they have more than a spark, the create fire. A mix couple, he is Jewish, she is Catholic, they decide to stay true to their own tradition and make them their own by having both a priest and rabbi. The scenery is picture perfect as they use a large estate for the backdrop. Families descend on the grounds to witness the grand event. Then the all of a sudden the presides are late. What to do? Hold and stall the guest and this leads to a magnifying of the wedding day jitters. A former lover, a potential new, eccentric family members, and the universal question of happily ever after shines on to the cracks of these lovers true love for each other and if they are really meant to be. This film is full of innovative twist and turns and is in Spanish with English subtitles. The Director is Ariel Winograd and hails from Argentina, this movie was nominated for four Argentina Academy Awards and a national hit. I saw this film at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.

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