Rachel Getting MarriedDVD - 2009
"The acting is of the highest caliber. Winger, magnificent and too long between films, is a volcano of repressed anger."--Rolling Stone
"Brimming with energy, elan and the unpredictability..."--Variety
"...an exuberance of spirit, that feels welcome and rare."--New York Times
"I began to feel absorbed in the experience. A few movies can do that, can slip you out of your mind and into theirs."--Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
After being in and out of rehab for ten years, Kym returns to the family home to attend her sister's wedding. Though friends and relatives have gathered for a joyful weekend of celebration, Kym's passion for drama incites tension in the family. Includes deleted scenes, featurette, and commentary.
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Rachel's sister, Kim, returns home for Rachel's wedding from a drug rehabilitation centre. The film is shot in a documentary style and the plot details are slowly revealed. Although, all the situations are fairly natural and believable as a doc-movie style, it is difficult to grasp all the details that are revealed on the first viewing. For example, it wasn't clear that the first empty bedroom Kim walked into after talking to Rachel belonged to her deceased brother. The movie's end is rather open as it ends with the return of the rehabilitation staff member, come to pick Kim up at the end of weekend.