Botched Weddings by Dominik Rettinger | Script Revolution

Botched Weddings



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Too many weddings go awry in the UK and Poland because of a mismatched pair who eventually find they are meant for each other.

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Wealthy scion Edward’s fiancée is kidnapped at their tony wedding. But that isn’t what concerns his domineering mother as much as the 350,000 £ family heirloom emerald ring that was on the bride-to-be’s finger. Edward wheedles the jaded wedding photog/Polish émigrée Joanna into becoming a private eye to find the missing fiancée, semi-wittingly an accomplice to the sting. What Joanna uncovers leads to bumbling Polish and Irish thugs, bungled mayhem in London and Poland, and to Edward and Joanna falling in love… much to both his and her chagrin.

Submitted: April 13, 2018
Last Updated: April 13, 2018

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The Writer: Dominik Rettinger

In a place like post-War Poland, an artist learns to punt… especially if you relish life, and poking and prodding the human element as much as I do. I initially set out to be a movie director but found myself blacklisted during Poland’s martial law decade. So, once the wall came down, I went into advertising. From 1990 to 2001, I worked as Creative Director making about 30 commercials as film director in a leading ad agency. But eventually and happily I found my way back to my first love: films, not as a director, but just about as good: a scriptwriter. My résumé of produced screenplays includes: The Blind Man’s Game – 110 min. feature film, written and directed by D. W. Rettinger TV series... Go to bio

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