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Steaming Milk (1997)

An off-beat comedy about coffee, guns and getting out of a really crappy job.

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MacDonald
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Robin Lynn Smith ...
Kristen
Angie Redman ...
Kerri
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An off-beat comedy about coffee, guns and getting out of a really crappy job.

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One last day at the coffeehouse just might push him over the edge.

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4 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Brilliant script, brilliant acting... a fantastic directorial debut
8 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is an amazing film about a would-be actor/screenwriter, and his last day on the job at a coffeehouse. Saying anything else would give too much of this incredible film away, especially the ending. This film is very well structured to keep the story interesting. And the script is hilarious.

This film is wonderfully written, and the characters are interesting and full of quirkiness. Most films today don't have as interesting of characters as this film does. I can not say enough about what an incredible directorial debut this film is. Half the directors working today in Hollywood should wish they could make a film this good, let alone their FIRST film.

Rodney Lee Rogers nails the script, the directing, and the acting. How this fantastic actor has not been discovered is beyond me. This man is the best kept secret in the industry, and I hope someone lets the secret out pretty soon. This film deserves more recognition...

Quite an impressive film.


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