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    The pleasure of your company

    I am translating a Highlight of Starmovie in Vietnamese.
    And I can't get the meaning of the title "The pleasure of your company" in this context.
    Here it is:

    Starring Jason Biggs, Isla Fisher and Joe Pantoliano
    Directed by Michael Ian Black
    Jason Biggs as stars as Anderson, a young man all set to ask his girlfriend to marry him when, during the actual proposal, she dies. After spending a year in a depression, Anderson impulsively asks a waitress named Katie (Fisher) to marry him even though they have never met. When she surprisingly agrees, the two must deal with the reactions of their respective friends and families.

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    Re: The pleasure of your company

    "The pleasure of your company" is a phrase used when making formal invitations, particularly to weddings.

    Invitation Wording Examples

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    Re: The pleasure of your company

    If you are translating it, perhaps you could use something like "You are invited..."

    Oh, and welcome to Using English!
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    Re: The pleasure of your company

    not a teacher

    It would be tricky to translate the movie titile 'The Pleasure of Your Company' verbatim to Vietnamese.
    You could probably try something near to it e.g. Wedding Invitation.

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