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The Wine Bar -- When blue-collar Henry orders a beer in a snooty wine bar he offends everyone and has to defend himself and the woman sitting next to him.

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On a winter night in New York City, an average guy, Henry, wanders into an upscale wine bar looking for a beer... See more » | Add synopsis »
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8 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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Exceptional See more (1 total) »

Cast

 

Seth Fisher ... Henry
Tessa Klein ... Evelyn

William Sadler ... Bartender
Ryan Young ... Steven
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Directed by
Christian Remde 
 
Writing credits
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Seth Fisher 
Christian Remde 

Produced by
Seth Fisher .... producer
Christian Remde .... producer
 
Original Music by
Vita Tanga (CreativeMixing)
 
Cinematography by
Michael LaVoie 
 
Film Editing by
Del Nightingale 
 
Makeup Department
Misaki Ishihara .... makeup artist
 
Sound Department
Joe Cantor .... sound
Carlos 'Storm' Martinez .... sound re-recording mixer
Carlos 'Storm' Martinez .... supervising sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Chien Huey .... assistant camera
 

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USA:12 min
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Shot over one night at Il Posto Accanto, a real wine bar in the East Village of Manhattan.See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Exceptional, 23 September 2008
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

An average sort of guy (played by Seth Fisher) goes into a snooty wine bar and he's completely out of place--especially when he tries to order a beer. Not only that, but he wants the beer that just yells working man--Pabst Blue Ribbon. The bartender gives him a look that could just kill and informs him they only have wines--at which point the man reluctantly orders "red". You find yourself feeling sorry for the shmoe because of this and your sense of embarrassment for him increases when he strikes up a conversation with a lady who at first seems completely indifferent to his attention to her. There is much, much more to the film than this, but it's best you see it yourself to keep some suspense. Suffice to say that this "ordinary guy" turns out to be pretty exceptional--leading to an excellent ending.

Overall, thanks to exceptional writing, directing and acting, this romantic short really shines--so much so that I really hope some big-shots with lots of money approach these people with a bigger project. I'd really love to see what they could do with 90 minutes instead of just a little over 11! Exceptional throughout--this one is a real winner.

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