A wedding march in four sketches written for the legendary Italian actor Ugo Tognazzi, Ferreri’s longtime collaborator. Four variations on sexuality, the bourgeoisie, and contemporary loneliness. An ambitious piece of bravura and caustic humor, The Wedding March covers the major issues of love, fidelity, conjugal boredom, and inflatable dolls with an iconic actor at the top of his talent. Censored by the Italian authorities, the film had a very confidential release. Courtesy of Cinecittà.

For $30, receive one ticket to a film in Marco Ferreri: Beyond the Absurd and a select menu item at Café Paradiso, located in FLC’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Learn more about our dinner and a movie combo here.