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Eat Spirit Eat (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 5 August 2014 (USA)
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Eat Spirit Eat is a whimsical comedy about Oliver, an orphaned boy in search of his father and the family he meets along the way.

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Oliver
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Vera
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Inny
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Lincoln
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Miss Parysian
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Vill
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Ana
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Mikey
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Jose
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Officer Huntsman
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Lincoln's Mom
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Eat Spirit Eat is a whimsical comedy about Oliver, an orphaned boy in search of his father and the family he meets along the way.

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Not everyone is born into a family, sometimes you have to grow up and find yours.

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$150,000 (estimated)
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Eat Spirit Eat Won Best Ensemble Cast at the Orlando Film Festival 2013 James Bird was nominated for Best Screenplay at OFF 2013 Clayton Rohner was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at OFF 2013 See more »

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Eat Spirit Eat shines!

Some movies stick with you because you can relate. Other times you are mesmerized by the performances. And then once in a while you run into an Eat Spirit Eat which captivates you in every which way. The performances were absolutely stellar. Adriana Mather is a star in the making. She simply shines throughout. Her character is quirky yet brings so much depth and soul to the table throughout. This brings us to the writing of James Bird. Simply put, wow! His writing and Direction are on point. The music by composer/producer Anya Remizova perfectly suits this crazy cast with perfect timing. Zombot pictures delivered big with this one.


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