My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a film that was released in She decides to make a change in her life by getting a computer degree. Deciding to go back to school created some tension between Toula and her father because he did not want her to go to school. He wanted her to find a nice Greek.
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Readers have made a pilgrimage to a Mani village to see the unique farmer, Foteini. AFTER my three travel memoirs were published from , readers have been in touch to say they visited the locations featured in the books. Many have made it up to the hillside village of Megali Mantineia, in the Mani, where the first book Things Can Only Get Feta was set, and mainly in search of the inimitable goat farmer Foteini. This unassuming rural woman, whom I met at the very beginning of our odyssey on a village road, seems to have struck a chord with many readers, as she has with me.
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My Big Fat Greek Wedding
The film received generally positive reviews from critics and, at the 75th Academy Awards , it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Fotoula "Toula" Portokalos is her family's black sheep. Her staunchly proud Greek immigrant parents, Gus and Maria, raised their daughters to follow their cultural traditions of marriage and motherhood. Her older sister Athena met her family's expectations by marrying young to another Greek and becoming, in Toula's words, "a Greek baby-breeding machine".
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Vardalos, a Second City alumna, deals in a warm, comic fashion with growing up in a close, insular Greek family -- which she challenges when she decides to marry a non-Orthodox outsider. A favorable reception led to additional bookings at other venues, always on a mid-week, short-term basis. Now the show is not only about to open a five-week stand at the Globe Theatre but has become the basis of a feature film that is scheduled to go into production in April.