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Peanut Butter (2007)

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Agnes
Anthony Crehan ...
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Two estranged sisters are brought back together when their taxidermied dogs come back to life and fall in love, again

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28 February 2007 (Australia)  »

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Confusing but nice to see Brennan and Ford
2 October 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This short film was just posted on IMDb for viewing in the US, though hopefully it will be available in other countries for online viewing in the near future.

This was a tough film to watch, as the plot was a bit confusing and I didn't understand exactly why the two sisters did what they did throughout the film. I watched it twice and I still felt a bit confused.

Despite this, it was nice to see the film just to see Eileen Brennan and Bette Ford (NOT the same one you are thinking of) on film. Both these experienced and talented ladies have been absent from TV and films in recent years--probably due to Hollywood's obsession with youth. It's too bad, as both still have some great years ahead of them.


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