Drama The Fitting Information

The Fitting
  • Drama Title: The Fitting
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Short
  • Country: American
  • Published Date: 2010
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    Two women, one in a bridal gown and the other in a bridesmaid's dress, are placed into the same bridal fitting room and reconnect while discovering how different their lives have become in the eight years since they last saw each other. Can the bride-to-be help the always-the-bridesmaid to be able to wear a wedding gown of her own?

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