A 23 year old man, who lives in a world of his own, surrounded by robots and gadgets, is forced into reality. He discovers the importance of keeping a promise to his family, whilst realizing the importance of following his heart.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Best ...
P.J. Johnson
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Annie McNabb
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Mute McGill
Paddy Jenkins ...
Shifty Mulgrew
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Gala (as Kasia Koleczek)
Tara McMurray Taylor ...
Kitty Duffy
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Paul Duffy
Rob Kane ...
John Duffy
Marie Jones ...
Mrs. Kathleen Duffy
Maureen Dow ...
Grandma Duffy
Sidney Dodsworth ...
Grandpa Duffy
Ciaran Nolan ...
Solemn Colm
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Rusty Rafferty
Conor Grimes ...
Derek O'Brien
Maurice Henry ...
Brian
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When 'P.J.' inherits his family's bakery following the disappearance of his parents, his shocking baking and business skills lead the shop into decline. Not wanting to break the promise he made to his mum and dad, with the help of his group of slightly dysfunctional friends and his foreign love interest 'Gala', he manages to revive 'Cup Cake' and throw it back to its former glory. The reformation story does not go without, the odd dodgy spray tan, thanks to the town's local heavies, along with some insane robotic dancing and a couple of weddings varying in scale and color. Cup Cake will remind you what it is to love as well as opening your eyes to a whole new world of fashion Written by Erin Vincent

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March 2010 (UK)  »

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£200,000 (estimated)
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