My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a very interesting movie with a very hard to understand plot

My Big Fat Greek Wedding is a very interesting movie with a very hard to understand plot. It starts off with Toula Portokalos, a thirty year old, unmarried, Greek woman. She works at her family’s restaurant where she meets the love of her life, Ian Miller. At first, the attraction in one sided. Soon, their paths start to cross on the daily. Ian ends up asking Toula out. For the fear of her family not approving, Toula decides not to tell them about her new relationship. They plan to keep it that way, until Toula’s cousin Nikki sees them together. Nikki then informs the entire family about Toula’s new relationship. Her family freaks out! They tell Toula she is not to see Ian ever again, but Toula fights for the man she loves. Eventually, Ian asks Toula to marry him, and she accepts. Now, her family has to approve, they have no choice. In the end though, they would have accepted him anyway.
This movie relates a lot to the five themes of geography we have studied. It relates to location because they live in the suburbs in Chicago, which is a place. Also, Toula’s father is from Grease. It relates to religion because in order for Ian and Toula to marry in the Greek Orthodox Church, Ian agrees to be baptized Greek Orthodox. It relates to movement because Ian and Toula would almost rarely see each other, then they start noticing that they see each other a lot more than normal. So Ian asked Toula on a date obviously she said yes.
I really enjoyed the movie. I would definitely recommend it to my friends. I loved it when Toula was inside her aunt’s store and Ian was messing around outside the window.

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