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  • Genres : Black comedy, Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 2010
  • Cinema release date : 16/04/2010
  • Duration : 1h33'
  • Budget : $21,000,000
  • Incomes : $49,050,886

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  • Un funeral de muerte (España)
  • Funerale è servito
  • Il


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Death at a Funeral (2010)

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The film revolves around the funeral ceremony for the father of Aaron and Ryan . Aaron, the older son, lives with his wife Michelle at his parent's home. Aaron and Michelle have been trying to buy their own home and have children but have been unsuccessful. Aaron envies Ryan because Ryan is a successful writer, while he has not had his novel published, and resents his brother because he would rather spend money on two first class tickets from New York to L.A. than help him pay for the funeral expenses.

Aaron and Ryan's cousin Elaine and her fiancé Oscar are on their way to pick up her brother Jeff before heading to the funeral. To ease Oscar's nerves, she gives him what she believes is Valium. Jeff later reveals to Elaine that it is actually a hallucinogenic drug he's concocted for his friend. Chaos ensues when Oscar hallucinates that the coffin is moving; he knocks it over, which pushes the body out of the coffin.


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