Sione is getting married. He has decided that he does not want his brother Michael, and his three party-boys mates, to attend.
They have nearly ruined every wedding they have attended. But they are given a chance to attend - they must bring real girl-friends,
not party-girls, to the wedding and they have one month to pull it together. This comedy set in Auckland about first generation Samoan
New Zealanders, starts a bit slow, but by the time of the wedding, it gains speed and really becomes the urban romantic comedy it is
meant to be. If you are not Samoan, nor familiar with Samoan New Zealanders, you might not appreciate the inside humour, but
the writing and acting is good enough to make this light-hearted romp a winner for most. Recommended.