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MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING

by Alessandro Genovesi

synopsis

Antonio has nally found the love of his life, Paolo, with whom he lives happily in Berlin. Even if still not sure about their families’ reactions, they decide to get married in Italy, in the small village from where Antonio’s parents live. His mother, Anna, immediately accepts the guys’ intentions, as long as all traditions are respected: the future mother-in-law will have to attend the wedding, a famous wedding planner will be in charge of the organization and the marriage will be celebrated by her husband, Roberto, the mayor of the town, who has based all his politics on hospitality and integration. Joined by their bizarre friends Benedetta and Donato, the two ancées start to prepare the ceremony, but will Paolo’s conservative mother, Vincenza, attend the wedding? And, above all, will Roberto support his son’s choice?

international title: My Big Gay Italian Wedding
original title: Puoi baciare lo sposo
country: Italy
sales agent: True Colours
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Alessandro Genovesi
film run: 89'
release date: IT 1/03/2018
screenplay: Alessandro Genovesi, Giovanni Bognetti
cast: Diego Abatantuono, Monica Guerritore, Salvatore Esposito, Cristiano Caccamo, Dino Abbrescia, Diana Del Bufalo, Beatrice Arnera, Rosaria D'Urso, Antonio Catania, Enzo Miccio
cinematography by: Federico Masiero
film editing: Claudio Di Mauro
art director: Luca Merlini
costumes designer: Cristina Audisio
music: Andrea Farri
producer: Maurizio Totti, Alessandro Usai
production: Colorado Film, Medusa Film
distributor: Medusa Film
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