Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

W.H. Auden

Unable to find the words himself, Matthew (John Hannah) recites a poem by W.H. Auden to express his sorrow over the loss of his lover.

Directed by Mike Newell.

Released in 1994 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Friend
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: Best of British Humor
  • secondary-genre: Romance
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Comedies
  • secondary-genre: United Kingdom
  • mood: Emotional
  • mood: Dark
  • setting: Funeral
  • theme: Loss
  • theme: Life and Death
  • actor: David Haig
  • actor: Sara Crowe
  • actor: Sophie Thompson
  • actor: James Fleet
  • actor: Charlotte Coleman
  • actor: John Hannah
  • actor: Andie MacDowell
  • actor: Kristin Scott Thomas
  • actor: Timothy Walker
  • actor: Hugh Grant
  • director: Mike Newell
  • producer: Eric Fellner
  • producer: Richard Curtis
  • producer: Duncan Kenworthy
  • composer: Richard Rodney Bennett
  • costume-designer: Lindy Hemming
  • production-designer: Maggie Gray
  • role-name: Carrie
  • role-name: Scarlett
  • role-name: Angus the Groom - Wedding One
  • role-name: Bernard the Groom - Wedding Two
  • role-name: Laura the Bride - Wedding One
  • role-name: Lydia the Bride - Wedding Two
  • role-name: Matthew
  • role-name: Fiona
  • role-name: Charles
  • role-name: Tom
  • screenwriter: Richard Curtis
  • year: 1994
  • studio: MGM