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In Zulu, Afrikaans, English and Xhosa with subtitles.
Running time: 93 Minutes
Distributor: The Little Film Company
Film Review by Kam Williams
Excellent (4 stars)
Ayanda (Zandile Msutwana) is frantically putting the finishing touches on her
impending, dream wedding reception set to transpire in Cape Town in a couple of
days. Unfortunately, the ravishing beauty just can't help herself, as she acts
out like your typical Bridezilla, much to the frustration of her miffed mother
(Sylvia Mngxekeza) and her flamboyant event planner.
What ensues is a rollicking romp, during which both Tumi and Rose catch a
serious case of Jungle Fever. As one might imagine, their mutual affection
doesn't sit well with everyone, such as the denizens of a redneck watering
hole where a telltale Apartheid flag is still draped on the wall, sending a
clear message to all who enter like the South African equivalent of a
Between running from a lynching party and then having a car accident, Elvis has plenty of excuses for possibly arriving late to his own wedding. If only he could tell increasingly-impatient Ayanda the truth about all he's been up to. Not to worry, our clever film director isn't one to let anything really ruin a radiant bride's big day.
The hangover must be crazy, if you catch my drift.