Ali's Wedding (2017)

TV-MA   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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After telling a white lie which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive, musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, even though he's madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl.

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  • Melbourne International Film Festival - Ali's Wedding Film Premiere (2017)
  • Melbourne International Film Festival - (2017) Ali's Wedding Film Premiere - Robert Rabiah & Helana Sawires
  • Andrew Knight, Robert Rabiah, Jeffrey Walker, Osamah Sami, Majid Shokor, Khaled Khalafalla, and Helana Sawires in Ali's Wedding (2017)
  • Donald McAlpine, Rodney Afif, Don Hany, Andrew Knight, Helen Panckhurst, Robert Rabiah, Jeffrey Walker, Ryan Corr, Natalie Gamsu, Osamah Sami, Majid Shokor, Frances Duca, Rahel Romahn, Sheila Jayadev, Maha Wilson, Khaled Khalafalla, Helana Sawires, Shayan Salehian, Asal Shenaveh, and Ghazi Alkinani in Ali's Wedding (2017)
  • Raechelle Banno at the Ali's Wedding premiere for Sydney Film Festival, 2017.
  • Osamah Sami and Helana Sawires in Ali's Wedding (2017)

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27 January 2018 | eyeintrees
| Outstanding little gem of movie
There is so much in this movie that I have no idea about. I know nothing of Muslim culture and it was really fascinating to me. Utterly charming from beginning to end and not 'over tried' or too clichéd, yet some of the moments were laugh out loud ones for me, in fact quite a few. However, I did feel serious discomfort for the theme which can and does occur in any culture or family where children are a misconception in a parent's mind, no matter if they are loved and where pressure from what is considered 'done' can be overwhelming for young people, often at massive detriment. Luckily, this had a happy ending and from it all, this wonderful, well acted and very entertaining movie arose which I would most certainly recommend to every Australian and anyone who loves a good romance and lesson in how we are all the same.

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