My Big Fat Greek Wedding

My Big Fat Greek Wedding
My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Year

2002

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This hit comedy is about 30-year-old Toula Portokalos, who is unmarried and pretty much shackled to her large Greek family. She works in her father's restaurant and although he dreams of her getting married, his wish for her to find a nice Greek husband doesn't sit well with Toula. Wanting more from life she decides to enroll for computer classes, which eventually leads to a new job and a meeting with a hunky English teacher who is decidedly non-Greek. They date in secret until they get found out, which leads to an inevitable clash of family cultures.

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Contains mild language and sex references.

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