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My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception
Directed by Martin Guigui
Produced by Martin Guigui
Bill Henne
Jack Honig
Robin Forest Littlefield
Chris Matonti
Written by Martin Guigui
Starring Debbie Gibson
Dom DeLuise
Mo Gaffney
Kelly Bishop
Bernie Sanders
Music by Ivan Koutikov
Charlie Midnight
Cinematography Massimo Zeri
Edited by John Axelrad
James Gavin Bedford
Marc Grossman
Release date
9 January 1999 (USA)
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $500,000

My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception is a 1999 comedy film directed by Martin Guigui.


A woman's ex-boyfriend becomes the member of a band at an Italian Jewish wedding.[1]



It was filmed across various locations in Vermont, including Ascutney, Burlington, and Stowe.[2]

The film had a budget of $500,000 and did not achieve commercial success.[3]


It was released on DVD on December 5, 2006.[4]


The film gained significant attention during the 2016 United States elections because of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders' appearance, as a rabbi.[5][3][6][7][8]


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