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Sixty Cups of Coffee (2000)

 -  Short  -  1 March 2000 (USA)
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Could drinking coffee be against the law? A guy named Rickie, who looks a little down at the heel, says he's read that drinking 60 cups of coffee will kill a man. To find out, he walks into... See full summary »

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Rickie Cass
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Waitress (as Kelly Saunders)
John Cadenhead ...
Mitch
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Earl
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Larry
Julia Park ...
Mother
Kyle Infante ...
Alvon
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Could drinking coffee be against the law? A guy named Rickie, who looks a little down at the heel, says he's read that drinking 60 cups of coffee will kill a man. To find out, he walks into a Dallas café and starts downing cup after cup of java. Two guys in a booth bet on whether he'll get to 60; a lad looks on spellbound while his mom mutters about someone stopping him. At first the waitress is indifferent, then she gets worried and gets her boss. A cop comes in on his break: is Rickie committing a crime? The number of cups he consumes creeps toward 60. Then, it's one cup to go ... Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Drink it in!
4 July 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There are shorts and there are shorts. This is one of those films that understands conveying a story - clearly and effectively without being a bad scene or sketch or an empty idea short shot with no idea or thought.

David Ward understands his actors, understands his concept. Technical it looked good, sounded good, and the editing is crisp and isn't laboured. This is proof that you can take any subject and with a little intelligence and a sense of humour you can draw your audience in and leave them feeling apart of the piece.

Oh if all shorts were made this way.


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