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Pepper (2014)

Today is a big day, it's Pepper's estranged son's birthday. He disowned her 20 years ago for becoming a drag queen. A chance meeting with Charlie, a young old boy, reminds her the importance of family and doing the right thing.

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Pepper
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Charlie
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Sam
Alejandro Romero ...
Cocina Cerrada
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Misty LaCroix (as Tory Smith)
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Danny
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James
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Rainna
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Belle (as Bettina Brighton)
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James' Wife
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Danny's friend
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Bar Patron (as Miguel Alves-Khan)
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Cocina Cerrada
Jimmy Stuart ...
Danny's Friend
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Bartender
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This is a beautiful short film about love and acceptance. - Today is a big day as it's aging drag queen Pepper's estranged son's birthday. He disowned her 20 years ago for her lifestyle changes . A chance meeting with Charlie, (an 8 year old, who's on a journey to find his older brother, who was kicked out of the family home for being gay.) who reminds her the importance of family and helps give her the courage to do tout the past to right. Written by Anonymous

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The end of one journey, begins another

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Short | Drama

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19 January 2014 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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While shooting Pepper's exit from the club, she accidentally flagged down 3 regular taxis before flagging down the taxi used for filming. See more »

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Little White Liar
Written by Elaine Macaluso, Craig Robert Young, Keaton Simons
Performed by Tory Devon Smith
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