Three Many Weddings

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Three Many Weddings
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Spanish3 bodas de más
Directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera
Written byPablo Alén
Breixo Corral
Produced by
Starring Inma Cuesta
Martiño Rivas
Quim Gutiérrez
Paco León
Laura Sánchez
Berto Romero
Rossy de Palma
CinematographyArnau Valls Colomer
Edited byAlberto de Toro
Music byJavier Rodero
Release dates
  • 7 September 2013 (2013-09-07)(Venice)
  • 5 December 2013 (2013-12-05)(Spain)
Running time
94 minutes
Box office$9 million [1]

Three Many Weddings (Spanish: 3 bodas de más) is a 2013 Spanish romantic comedy directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera and starring Inma Cuesta and Martiño Rivas. It was nominated for seven Goya Awards and won the Best Comedy award at the 1st Feroz Awards.



Ruth is a marine biologist who, in less than a month, is invited to the weddings of three of her ex-boyfriends. Single and unable to refuse, she manages to convince her new intern, Dani, to go with her. During the weddings, plenty of outlandish events take place and eventually lead Ruth to decide who she wants to be with in the future. [2]



Eneko Lizarraga Arratibel, Francisco Sánchez Ortiz, Enrique López Lavigne, Belén Atienza  [ es ], Mercedes Gamero, and Mikel Lejarza took over production duties. [3] [4]


The film screened in the Venice Days independent section of the 70th Venice International Film Festival. [5] [4] It also screened as the opening film of the 10th Seville European Film Festival on 8 November 2013. [6]

Awards and nominations

Goya Awards [7] Best Main Actress Inma Cuesta Nominated
Best Original ScreenplayPablo Alén & Breixo CorralNominated
Best New Actor Berto Romero Nominated
Best ProductionMarta Sánchez de MiguelNominated
Best EditingAlberto de ToroNominated
Best Costume DesignCristina RodríguezNominated
Best Make-Up and HairstylesEli Adánez & Sergio PérezNominated
Premios Feroz [8] Best ComedyWon
Best ScreenplayPablo Alén & Breixo CorralNominated
Best Main Actress Inma Cuesta Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Rossy de Palma Nominated
Bárbara Santa-CruzNominated
Best TrailerNominated
Best Film PosterWon
Neox Fan Awards Best Spanish film [9] Won
Best Spanish film actor [10] Quim Gutiérrez 7th
Best Spanish film actress [10] Inma Cuesta Finalist
Best kiss [11] Quim Gutiérrez & Inma Cuesta 8th


On October 12, 2015 a Dutch remake was released called Ja, ik wil!  [ nl ] (Yes, I do!). It starred Elise Schaap and Martijn Lakemeier.[ citation needed ]

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