Reality Bites Back!
See all hell break loose when guests converge at Norm’s
wedding in Beverly Hills under the watchful eye of a
videographer. You’ll have a hard time deciphering
between the truths, the lies, the fantasy and the reality
in this hilarious wedding gone-wrong.
Created by original Real World alum, Norman Korpi (New
York’s first season), the film reunites 10 former
cast members for this UNAUTHORIZED,
laugh-out-loud spoof of the genre they unwittingly pioneered.
THE WEDDING VIDEO is the first
feature length film to come directly to you from the
THE WEDDING VIDEO is not just
for fans of the Real World-- at its core, it’s
a twisted parody of MTV’s signature soap-opera.
Young or old, bitchy or nice, rich or ghetto, you’ll
love every minute of this UNCENSORED
version of reality.
Critically acclaimed, THE WEDDING VIDEO
has delighted many audiences at film festivals in the
U.S. and abroad.
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The countdown is on; Norman’s wedding is just
two short months away. He has been looking forward to
this day for his entire life: his final badge of personal
growth and fulfillment. It’s important for Norman
to be able to share this special time in his life with
his closest friends and family. The problem though,
is that he lives delicately balanced on the top floor
of a house of cards, unaware and oblivious to his surroundings.
Upon a recommendation from one of Norman’s dearest
friends, he decides to hire a videographer with a $10,000
gift his mother gave him for the upcoming wedding. Norman
quickly befriends Clint, the video guy, and instructs
him to make a documentary-style video of all the events
and people connected with his special day. In the weeks
before the wedding, Norm sends Clint jetting all over
the country to interview his loved ones, some of whom
mysteriously can’t seem to find the time to attend
the swanky nuptials held in Beverly Hills. Clint’s
quests for perfect wedding video footage turn out to
be quite less than fruitful.
When Norman’s diverse and sometimes raunchy circle
of friends begin to show their true colors, it becomes
apparent to Clint that Norman clearly misperceives the
unconditional love he thinks he has from his friends
and family. Some of his ‘closest’ friends
don’t even know he’s gay or that Sky, his
fiancé, is a MAN! Even Norman’s own mother
refuses to attend the wedding without offering as much
as a lame excuse.
The plot thickens as Clint rolls tape on the group back-stabbing
Norman, and one another-- especially at the bachelor
party-- where amidst the debauchery, Norm’s groom-to-be
is supposedly caught on tape having sex with a mysterious
woman. Not surprising though, given that he’s
an adult film star—another fact of which our hero
Norm is completely oblivious! To top-it-off, Clint,
the videographer, is a fraud--a common slacker posing
as a professional in hopes of pulling a quick buck.
During the editing process Clint finds that he can’t
possibly make a palatable product from all of the tainted
footage which, taken in context, would shatter Norman’s
life as he currently knows it. So Clint remains faced
with a grueling decision: Does he deliver the final
product at length-- unaltered and torturously truthful--
or does he appease his new (and only) client by delivering
a short, yet lavishly beautiful lie. Which will he choose?
Check out THE WEDDING VIDEO
for the answer.