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The second part of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" released

13 November 2015 / 16:11:15  GRReporter
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13 years after the tumultuous laughter provoked in cinema halls by the comedy "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", its authors are ready with the second part of the film that ridicules the life and temperament of the descendants of the first Greek migrants to the United States.

The title of the highly anticipated sequel is "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2". In it, Toula and Ian’s already grown-up daughter is preparing to leave the family house to continue her education in college and the separation with the whole Portokalos family is turning into a family drama.

Toula is amazed by the fact that her daughter wants to go to study away from home whereas the girl is irritated by the continuous family involvement in her life. How is the daughter responding to the proposal of her boyfriend to visit a Greek club one night? With the phrase, "I spend every day of my life in a Greek club."

Toula and Ian in turn are also tired of their involvement and they are looking for ways to spend some time together, without being surrounded by their noisy and know-all relatives, but to no avail.

As the film title suggests, there will be at least one wedding in the second part, namely that of Toula’s parents. And all this because her father has found out that the priest has not signed the certificate that makes the marriage valid.

Wedding preparations, juicy hints about how a woman should attract her husband when the marriage is tuning into something routine and, of course, lots of laughter with the traditional advice of old Portokalos to his granddaughter that she has "to find a nice Greek boy, marry him and give birth to many children" are just some of the funny scenes in the new film by Nia Vardalos.

The film will be shown in cinemas in March 2016.

Tags: CinemaMy Big Fat Greek Wedding 2Portokalos familyToula and Ian
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