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The Bread Squeezer (2006)

When Andrew's loving parents die in a tragic Christmas tree accident, he is taken in by his well meaning, but extremely regimented, Aunt Gertrude Crab. Without the warmth of his mom and dad... See full summary »

Director:

Kasia Kowalczyk
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Falkenburg Sarah Falkenburg ... Mrs. Peabody
Nathan Mobley ... Mr. Peabody
Corin Rogers II Corin Rogers II ... Young Andrew Peabody
Tal Harris ... Andrew Peabody
Mary Lynn Owen ... Aunt Gertrude Crab
Kristen Garner ... Young Joy
Rebecca Dutton Rebecca Dutton ... Joy
Daniel Burnley Daniel Burnley ... Mr. Pickles
Katy Carkuff Katy Carkuff ... Joy's Mom
Frank Roberts ... Doctor
Katie Clay Katie Clay ... Mean Kid #1
Kimberly Clay Kimberly Clay ... Mean Kid #2
Peter Clay Peter Clay ... Mean Kid 3
Mary Grace Denson Mary Grace Denson ... Mean Kid 4
Shayne Goldberg Shayne Goldberg ... Mean Kid #5
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Storyline

When Andrew's loving parents die in a tragic Christmas tree accident, he is taken in by his well meaning, but extremely regimented, Aunt Gertrude Crab. Without the warmth of his mom and dad, young Andrew leads an unremarkable life full of chronic disappointments. Until one day, when everything goes horribly wrong and horribly right in the bread aisle of Pickles' Grocery Store. Written by Tal Kasia Productions

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A story about love, obsession and bread.

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Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Budget:

$50,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Tal Kasia Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Won for Best Short Film at the 2007 Swansea Bay Film Festival in Wales, UK. See more »

Crazy Credits

A "Dinosaur Fabricator" credit was given to Blake Myers, a first for him, because he created a 6 foot long, paper mache, Loch Ness head for a car crash scene. See more »

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After a tragic accident with a Christmas tree Andrew's life changes for the worse until he discovers the bread aisle of the local grocery store.
11 June 2006 | by cheese_84_99See all my reviews

This is a wonderful short film that is both an entertaining and beautifully crafted. I first viewed this film at the Ann Arbor film festival and was immediately drawn to it. The story is very charming and has the feel of a modern day fairy tale. The filmmakers did a wonderful job with every aspect involved in this film, from the beautiful art direction and cinematography to the charming script. The actors used in this film were wonderful and played their roles perfectly. I really enjoyed this film and can't wait to see more from these filmmakers. This is a wonderful film for all ages that I would suggest to everyone and anyone who ever loved stories.


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