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The Pickle (2012)

After 6 years, Vera sees him again. As they share memories, her visions warm as his seem to become the truer. A short film based on Katherine Mansfield's Classic "A Dill Pickle."

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Nicole Eva-Maria Brandt ...
Vera
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Katherine
Malvina Novikova ...
Jill
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Charles
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He has been around the world, but still carries the letter she wrote years ago, unable to forget. One day, Vera visits him while he reads the letter, and he floods with memories - strolling in the gardens, Christmas, and times traveling. She sees again the one man who understood her, but who could never be her lover. Though in some ways more confident and attractive than before, his bruising over their past shows that some things have not changed. When Vera keeps her distance he is thunderstruck, and the pain of losing her even more unbearable. Written by Anonymous

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Based on the Classic Short Story "A Dill Pickle" by Katherine Mansfield.

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Short | Drama

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8 April 2017 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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"The Pickle" is a filmed version of a stage show in "The Mansfield Gallery," which never opened. The original was to be directed by Robert Gist in 1994 at the Paradise Theater on the Ridge. The final stage show was canceled over funding. See more »

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Piano Sonata #14
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Apollo Symphony Orchestra
Throughout the Red Room dialogue
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