A bickering couple in the last stages of a marriage gone sour make life uneasy for a small town waitress when they pull up to her diner on a cold winter night just before closing time. She ... See full summary »

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Claudia Belmont ...
The Waitress
Roberta Dean ...
Claire Daggett
Michael Morrows ...
Johnson Daggett
Arthur Roses ...
Roy (voice)
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A bickering couple in the last stages of a marriage gone sour make life uneasy for a small town waitress when they pull up to her diner on a cold winter night just before closing time. She tries to keep things cool when the couple, obviously from out of town and in midst of more than just a squabble, decide to come in for coffee, tea and directions to the Interstate. Written by J. Dante

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They came in for coffee, tea, and directions to the Interstate. They got more than they bargained for.

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Horror | Short | Thriller

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15 February 2001 (USA)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Was filmed under the title "Hog Heaven". See more »

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The crew is reflected in the window when the waitress flips the "closed" sign after the Daggetts leave. See more »

Quotes

Claire Daggett: Magellan here seems unable to get us back on the highway.
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References Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) See more »

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Please Love Me Forever
Performed by Tommy Edwards
Written by O. Blanchard/Malone
Courtesy of Selma Music
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Director Mr Norton hits a bulls eye
25 April 2002 | by (Lincoln, Rhode Island) – See all my reviews

Tomorrow"s Bacon was an exceptionally well done first film by this talented director. I considered it a drama that had me feeling the dark emotions of the storyline which Mr Norton captured on film and made it seem real.It brought back memories of Alfred Hitchcock's ability to present the audience with suspense, just by the actors eye contact. The scenery was a beautiful winter wonderland with the shadows of tragedy hanging in the fog. I am sure Mr Norton will have great success creating film magic ,for that is his talent.


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