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In this expertly crafted comedy of marriage, the perfect gay couple are having a wedding in their backyard and they've invited the family and all their emotional baggage. When the happy couple starts fighting over what to call it, you know it's going to be a long day. Written by
"Everyone" is a very good movie, with great performances by most of the cast. It's got a rather simple plot, it's not hard to figure out what is going to happen, but that is not the nerve of the film. This film is really about people. People in love, people in doubt, people in denial, people in grief.
The story revolves around the gay couple who are getting married on their three years anniversary that also happens to be the day that one of the grooms brothers lost his son, three years earlier. They are preparing a rather informal ceremony and celebration and we follow them and their guests all through the day.
It's an emotional roller-coaster ride, and there is no rest; You go straight from one disaster to the next and there are only few truly happy moments on what was supposed to be the happiest day of their lives! I won't reveal the ending, but I will say, that it is a film that tends to haunt you for a while after watching it. Not just in a bad way, but you can't help but think about your own life after wards...
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