I probably would post this video anyway, because it's hilarious, but since this is a film blog, I have a flimsy film angle to justify doing so. It's in the form of a normal home video of a wedding gone wrong, perfect for America's Funniest Home Videos, but there are claims out there that it is fake. I wouldn't be surprised, just because the cameraperson did almost too good a job building a story with his shot selection, even focusing on the right people before the disaster to build up a bit of dramatic tension there. If it's fake, then the author should report to us for immediate induction into Begrudging Recognitions. You decide if it's fake or not. Video after the jump!
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