Richard's Wedding | Chicago Reader

Richard's Wedding

In this no-budget New York comedy, bohemian 30-somethings gather for the title event; a couple of arguments break out, and that's about it in terms of dramatic conflict. The movie is a structureless gabfest in which everyone says supposedly shocking things about sex, drugs, and the like (the word retarded gets thrown around a lot too). But since writer-director Onur Tukel displays no knack for character development, location, framing, editing, comic timing, or handling actors, his outrageousness conveys nothing more than creative desperation.


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