Film synopsis

It’s not just a matter of ‘he said, she said’, but  ‘how are they ever going to explain that to the grandchildren?’ in the raunchy British romantic comedy The Knot.
When Jeremy (Matthew McNulty, TV’s Misfits) wakes from his stag party with a transvestite in his bed and little memory of the night before, Best Man Peter (Noel ClarkeStar Trek Into Darkness) and buddies Ralphus (Jason Maza, Welcome To The Punch), Albert (Brett GoldsteinWish You Were Here) and Jack (Davie Fairbanks) muddle through the mess of their respective hangovers to make the wedding on time.
As bride Alexandra (Talulah RileySt Trinian’s) wakes from her hen night, she has her own set of problems to deal with – sex-crazed bridesmaid Anisha (Rhoda Montemayor) bedding the male stripper and letting it all hang out. It’s up to bridesmaids Sarah (Mena SuvariAmerican Pie), Julie (Susannah Fielding), and Helen (Louise Dylan) to bring things in order and keep Alex calm as the moment arrives for her to walk down the aisle.
‘Will they live to tell the tale happily ever after?’ Both ribald and charming, in the daring tradition of Bridesmaidsand The Hangover, The Knot captures the  debauchery, hilarity and camaraderie of a tight knit group of friends desperate to make the day a most memorable one.

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92 minutes

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Matthew McNulty
Noel Clarke
Jason Maza
Brett Goldstein


Jesse Lawrence


Enrico Tessarin