Four weddings, lots of misadventures and just one goal: getting to the altar to say “I do”.
Nicola, a talented cop from the Southern region of Apulia, with a Don Juan past is about to settle down and marry the lovely daughter of the Indian Ambassador. There is only one hurdle on his road to happiness – getting his father Sabino an old-fashioned farmer, to accept that his own son will marry according to the traditional Hindu rite. In the meantime Salvatore and Chiara, two precarious young workers without a cent to their names and a baby on the way, have set the wheels in motion on a plan to get a free ride: sneaking their 72 guests to the reception for the wedding of the year between the dashing actress Sabrina and the finance magnate Attilio Panecci. What they do not know is that Fabio Di Caio, a Roman prosecutor, is planning on doing exactly the same. While he has been investigating Panecci’s suspicious activities, Di Caio is trying to talk his elderly father out from marrying his new beau, a massage therapist in her 20s.
Treatment By: Fausto Brizzi, Marco Martani, Fabio Bonifacci
Screenplay: Fabio Bonifacci with The Collaboration Of Fausto Brizzi And Marco Martani
Set Designer: Marco Belluzzi
Costumes: Roberto Chiocchi
Director Of Photography: Manfredo Archinto
Sound: Maurizio Argentieri
Editor: Fabrizio Rossetti
Music: Giuliano Taviani and Carmelo Travia
Production Coordinator: Roberto Todeschi
Line Producer: Luigi Patrizi
Line Producers Cattleya: Matteo De Laurentiis, Antonella Iovino
Produced By: Riccardo Tozzi, Giovanni Stabilini, Marco Chimenz
Italian Distribution: Universal Pictures, International Italy