I didn’t care much for this film. It’s about three con artists who worm there way into the life of a rich and foolish wife. Ultimately, everything ends in disaster, but I didn’t care. I have to say I didn’t give this film as fair a chance as I should have, but I still have to say approach with caution.
I can’t understand why for some people every film made by a great director is automagically great. Yes, The Merry Widow and Greed are great films, Stroheim was obviously talented. That doesn’t make everything he touched golden. The Wedding March isn’t a great movie, instead it’s a weepie for the silent era (not in any way to insinuate that this is on par with anything done by Douglas Sirk). It’s about an officer who is forced to marry, by choice largely. However, while his parents are searching for the perfect girl, he falls in love. It’s as simple as that. It’s well made, but it really isn’t worth your time when there are so many other films to see.