Dysfunctional in-laws on Thanksgiving are one thing, but a long-lost brother-in-law who sprouts leaves when he gets wet is a whole other can of cranberries.

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Gas Station Attendant (as Michael Patrick Bell)
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Chef Student (as Allan Brocka)
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Story revolves around a guy on Thanksgiving as he faces a family that seems to need their conflicts more than they need each other for love or support. As the family descends throughout the day, including a long absent brother who carries his own secret, tensions mount culminating in an unexpected harmony. Written by anonymous

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Comedy | Short | Drama | Family

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This is a very well done heart-warming comedy with an excellent cast and director.
13 February 2003 | by (Hollywood) – See all my reviews

This is the first time Director Vicky Jenson has done a live action film, and it will definitely not be the last. A wonderful cast including Harland Will1ams, Talia Shire, Ethan Phillips and several other very talented actors, including a very funny 5 year old boy makes this a must see. Already on the festival circuit at Sundance and soon to be at SXSW in Texas, don't miss it if you get a chance.


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