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True Confessions of a Sushi Addict (1999)

| Short, Comedy, Drama
In group therapy, Tina tells about her life as a sushi addict.

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Jen Davis ...
The Addict
Chris Lucey ...
The Group Leader
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The Date
Akira Yamaguchi ...
The Held-Up Sushi Chef
Ho Jung Audenaerde ...
The Waitress
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The Cashier (as Nami Hirayanagi)
Nicki Callahan ...
The Date's Date
Keisuki Harada ...
The First Sushi Chef
Jonah Zeiger ...
The Cop's Voice (voice)
Nancy Lee Ryan ...
Sushi Support Group
Terry Scannell ...
Sushi Support Group
Melissa Wolff ...
Sushi Support Group
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Sushi Support Group
Paula Bartkowicz ...
Sushi Support Group
Kaarina Quinnell ...
Sushi Support Group
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Tina had never eaten Sushi until her date took her to a Japanese restaurant. She never met her date again, but the sushi stayed. And in large quantities! Tina can't stop anymore. She has to eat sushi, nothing else tastes good anymore. Hundreds of dollars she spends on the Japanese fish delicacy. Until one time it goes wrong. Her credit cards are blocked. The ATM won't turn out, while the waitress waits for money. Tina is broke, but still addicted. There must be more ways to get sushi without paying. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Great acting, ends with a twist (not spoiler)
12 May 2001 | by (Tel Aviv) – See all my reviews

The end gets you thinking. the rest gets you laughing real hard. Great acting (mainly facial expressions). I won't spoil the end, but just remember: As good as it is, it gets even BETTER.


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