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Petite Chardonnay (2013)

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An endearing and heart touching story about Michael, his relationship with his father, his daughter, his wife, and his own mortality as he returns home after 25 years. Bitter, disappointed,... See full summary »

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Michael Klemp ...
Michael Robert Oak
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Teresa Marie Oak
Charlie Merlo ...
Jessie
Gary Conover ...
Richard James Oak
Karly Avva ...
Chardonnay Syrah Oak
Lori Grbac ...
Cecilia Oak
Rob Tillitz ...
Gary
Cynthia Gatlin ...
Agnes
Jacob Ambrosini ...
Young Michael Oak
Krystina Mae ...
Marilyn
McKenna Whiting ...
Christina
Nolan Bourassa ...
Darrell
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Martin
Karissa Lee Carleton ...
Kimberly (Kimmie) Lynn
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Kyri (as Olivia Martinez-Prado)
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An endearing and heart touching story about Michael, his relationship with his father, his daughter, his wife, and his own mortality as he returns home after 25 years. Bitter, disappointed, and stubborn Michael must come to terms with his health and the future of his daughter, Chardonnay, and tries to make amends. His regret for not being by his mother's side when she dies of cancer haunts him and his fear of being alone, the future of his daughter, and the everlasting goal -- to be loved and remembered as a good father, husband, son, and human being. Petite Chardonnay will take you places in your heart and mind where you don't want to go, but while there, you will not want to come back. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family

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23 June 2013 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)
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