The Wedding Speech (Le discours) is a comedy/drama film from France. After his girlfriend, Sonia, asks if they can have a “break” for a month, Adrien finds himself stuck at a family dinner and dealing with familiar family issues. Things go from bad to worse for Adrien when Sonia doesn’t reply to his text message, and he is asked to deliver a speech at his sister’s upcoming wedding. The film is in French, with English subtitles.
The film contains a brief reference, in the form of a news headline, to a man suiciding as a result of a fatal heroin injection. The man is briefly viewed lying on a bed with a tourniquet around his upper arm.
The film contains brief references to sodomy and being "f**ked up the ass".
The film contains coarse language in the form of the words "shit", "dick", "goddamn" and "f**k".
The film contains a reference to a man dying from a heroin overdose.
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