So, what will Ali do to live up to the impossible expectations? Fake it. Because as the son of the cleric (Don Hany), he doesn’t have a choice. It’s one bad decision after another as Ali’s wayward quest to please his father spirals out of control, with cataclysmic consequences.
ALI’S WEDDING is an affectionate and entertaining story about family, duty and love in multi-cultural Australia. Depicting the lives of a Muslim family in Melbourne with authenticity and warmth, Ali’s family share the same dilemmas as every family: parents who want the best for their children and children who are trying to work out their place in the world.
WINNER: Audience Award, Sydney Film Festival. Critic's Award, Melbourne International Film Festival. Awgie Award, Australian Writer's Guild.
Some Arabic language, English subtitles
Deluxe: In-Cinema dining session.
Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
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