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There are clearly interesting stories to be told here: one of the shopworkers is divorced; bride-to-be Jo is a lapsed Jehovah’s witness renewing her vows the benefit of her family; Tammy has clearly had issues with both her parents as her wedding day approaches. And why do all the husbands seem so peripheral? Everyone seems to be holding something back, but there’s a fatal lack of curiosity on the part of the filmmakers, who favour a chirpy soundtrack and Alison Steadman’s mumsiest-ever narration to anything more probing. Dreary.