It has a convincing first quarter of the film, which unfortunately ends with tvQ quality, with conclusions too good to be true. Wedding Agreement Film, which is the first director Archie Hekagery, has the potential to make the audience smile, feel echoes and annoyances and touch their hearts in certain scenes. A film greets the moment of Eid al-Adha, which is very exciting to see with the family. Bian also said that he and Tari had to share the bed and asked Tari not to do a woman`s job. Because this film carries the theme of Islam, in Islam, the legal treaty is haram, because marriage is for good, not for a temporary period. Of course, Dance strongly opposes it. Because he knows that marriage is not a way to play. Wedding Agreement is a film based on the adaptation of the novel by Mia Chuz. Not only as a writer, Mia Chuz also plays a screenwriter in this film. Another mistake in the film is the script.
At the beginning of the film, it is unpleasant that in the practice of matchmaking in this modern era, a woman can not fight, that it turns out that the man with whom she is engaged only wants a fake marriage. However, the motivation of Btari`s desire to maintain his marriage to gain the good reputation of the family and religious factors is indeed a sufficiently strong motivation and refers to the state of society. Another thing is the turning point of Byan`s character, which seems brief and does not degenerate gradually. Both are troubling flaws, even if it`s not as simple as the film`s quarter-final, worked with quality like QST and leaves a bad impression at the end of the film. Mia Chuz, author of Wedding Agreement, tries to invite her audience to be as strong as Dance. Faced with the problems she faced, she remained patient and continued to serve her husband. But for viewers who have read the novel, you should know that there are certain scenes that are in the novel, but are not projected in the film. The title track that accompanies the film is “Answer Love”, sung by the band dUA.
 It was the first feature film directed by Archie Hekagery….