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Coffee Therapy (2006)

When the hotel in town hosts a psychotherapist' convention, all of Darnell's former therapists happen to convene in The Daily Grind. He gets slammed by memories of twenty-five years of therapy and family conflict.

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Monika Bigsby ...
Lady in Therapy
Tim Campbell ...
James
Darryl Casper ...
Howard
Tammie Casper ...
Aileen
Dana Childs ...
Doddie (as Dana Boggess)
Jonathan Coarsey ...
Barry
Kurt Corriher ...
Dr. Blazer
Erin Fanelly ...
Corrie
Mary Ann McCubbin ...
Dr. Winkerbloom
Beth Porter ...
Nellie
Alice Rich ...
Dr. Dubinscott
Douglas Welton ...
Dr. Smithbar
Hank West ...
Darnell Shacklebee
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When the hotel in town hosts a psychotherapist' convention, all of Darnell's former therapists happen to convene in The Daily Grind. He gets slammed by memories of twenty-five years of therapy and family conflict.

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A day in a coffee shop becomes a comic, charming, bitter-sweet journey through 25 years of psychotherapy.

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$15,000 (estimated)
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The Firecrackers Rule
Written by Earl Sachais
Performed by The Firecracker Jazz Band
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Great Movie!
25 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

This movie is really well put together. The dialogue is witty and sharp, and the characters are delightfully personable. I related to the main character's dilemmas more than I was comfortable admitting... time to consider therapy? Maybe. Either way, this movie fully engaged my attention. The scenes seemed to be subtlety edited, so much that I hardly noticed the transitions from one to the next. I greatly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever been to therapy, or even considered it. It makes light of what so many of us have a tendency to take so seriously, and for that I am very grateful. I look forward to seeing more of this movie maker's productions, and hope more people can have the opportunity to see this one.


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