A feel-good comedy about four 30-something guys who must each find a girlfriend before their best friend's wedding - or be left out in the cold
Sione is getting married. But there's a problem, well actually there are four problems - Sione's brother Michael and his three best mates Albert, Stanley and Sefa: the ladies' man, the good boy, the weird one and the party boy. They're 30-something, but they still act as if they're 16. They get drunk, they chase the wrong women and they have a remarkable record of causing chaos at every wedding they attend. But when Sione's bans the boys from his wedding, they know something has to change. The boys have one last chance: find girlfriends to take to the wedding or be let out in the cold. Their lives are about to get turned upside down. How hard can it be finding a girl in the world's biggest Polynesian city when you're young, gifted and brown?
SIONE’S WEDDING is a comedy about four best friends, Michael, Albert, Stanley and Sefa; the ladies’ man, the good boy, the party guy and the weird one – the Boys. They’re first generation Samoan New Zealanders living out their lives in the suburban sleep-outs, basketball courts, high rise office buildings and hip hop clubs of Auckland, the biggest Polynesian city in the world. In the early 90s they were the Duckrockers break-dancing crew. Now it’s 2005 and the Boys are in their thirties. But some things never change. They’re still the Duckrockers. They still act like they’re 16. They get drunk, they chase the wrong women and they have a remarkable record of misbehaving and causing chaos at every event they attend.
But now Michael’s younger brother, Sione, is getting married, and everything is about to change. Sione is their boy, the kid they used to look after, who grew up while they were still partying. And
to ensure his big day isn’t spoiled by his friends and their idiot antics, Sione has issued an ultimatum: the guys all have to bring girls to his wedding. And not just any dates - real girlfriends, someone they’ve made a commitment to. They have one month. So just how hard can it be to find a girlfriend before your best boy's wedding? Michael doesn’t think it will be a problem. He’s a good looking cycle courier with a girl in every suburb and dozens more on speed dial. His speciality is rich, white and strictly no-strings. But is he able to to have a relationship that lasts longer than an afternoon? Albert is the quiet one. His mother can’t understand why such a good boy hasn’t found the right girl. And if he stopped longing for unobtainable women, Albert might discover that the perfect girl is just an office partition away. Unless his true love is the Polynesian Princess his mother has imported from the islands for him. Stanley is a dreamer. A hopeless romantic – in a weird way. As ‘Tyreeq’ he’s a legend on the phone chat lines, but the girls he scores aren’t so dreamy when he meets them in the real world. There’s one girl Stanley knows will be different, his honey-voiced fantasy ‘Latifah’…
Sefa is the guy everyone wants to party with. He may be wild, but Sefa always goes home to his girlfriend Leilani. Eventually. Sefa truly loves Leilani, it’s just that partying with the Boys comes first. Sefa thinks he has it made. He actually has a girlfriend, and she’s going to be a bridesmaid. Leilani is obliged to be Sefa’s date for the wedding – isn’t she?