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Every day is the same for Jack -- breakfast at the corner diner in the same booth, day in and day out. Wallowing in his own self-doubt and eccentricity, Jack secretly hopes for some escape ... See full summary »

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Dale Bradrick ...
Jack
Kate Russell ...
Beatrix
Angela M. Grillo ...
Missy (as Angela Grillo)
Mindy Byram ...
Jill
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Cook
Christopher Wood ...
Diner Patron
Bethany Hall ...
Diner Patron / Pedestrian
Andy Case ...
Diner Patron
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Diner Patron / Pedestrian
Soren Laulainen ...
Diner Patron
Kathryn Fairchild ...
Diner Patron
Jenni Harvey ...
Diner Patron
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Every day is the same for Jack -- breakfast at the corner diner in the same booth, day in and day out. Wallowing in his own self-doubt and eccentricity, Jack secretly hopes for some escape from his loneliness. Until one fateful day... A spunky waitress named Beatrix shows up, and Jack is never the same again. Written by Jeff Axtman

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10 December 2005 (USA)  »

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$350 (estimated)
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Missy: What a nutjob.
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Written by Jason Axtman
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Jeff Axtman hits a home run
2 February 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Wow--it's hard to imagine that the guy who wrote and directed this short film has never done any other films! Considering that this is his lone entry on IMDb, Jeff Axtman has done an incredible job---a job even more experienced directors and writers would be proud to call their own.

The film starts with an emotionally disturbed man wandering into a small restaurant. The waitress who sees him is far from thrilled, as this man talks to himself and looks pretty crazy. However, Beatrix the waitress isn't the least bit afraid and sits with him throughout her shift connecting with this sad and lonely man. Then comes the twist--which I'll say nothing about because it would ruin the film.

Overall, an exceptionally well made film with a cast who do a great job despite their inexperience as well. I sure hope some important people with lots of spare cash see this film and give these folks jobs making other films--I sure would enjoy seeing more.


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