112 Weddings review

Weddings, weddings, weddings...

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Documentary maker Doug Block shoots wedding videos as a sideline. Combining the two disciplines, he revisits a handful of the 112 couples he’s filmed over the years to see how married life’s treating them. Mostly the answer’s “terribly”.

It’s a great conceit that 112 Weddings never quite matches, despite offering some startling candour – screenwriter David’s account of his own failings is particularly chilling. Often, the litany of divorce and disappointments feels like we’re trespassing on a couples’ therapy session, less Don’t Tell The Bride , more Don’t Remind Her.

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Matt Glasby is a freelance film and TV journalist. You can find his work on Total Film - in print and online - as well as at publications like the Radio Times, Channel 4, DVD REview, Flicks, GQ, Hotdog, Little White Lies, and SFX, among others. He is also the author of several novels, including The Book of Horror: The Anatomy of Fear in Film and Britpop Cinema: From Trainspotting To This Is England.