‘Abe’ Trailer: Noah Schnapp Is a Foodie With an Identity Crisis in Sundance Charmer

It may be a touch early to call it, but Fernando Grostein Andrade’s “Abe” appears to be putting in an early bid for this Sundance’s most charming film. It will certainly be the festival’s most charming film about an Israeli-Jewish kid with an identity crisis who attempts to find his way out of fraught familial connections through the magic of cooking. After all, who doesn’t like food? Such is the apparent theme of “Abe,” which stars “Stranger Things” lead Noah Schnapp in the eponymous role as a foodie on a tasty mission.

Per the film’s official synopsis: “The Israeli-Jewish side of his family calls him Avram. The Palestinian-Muslim side Ibrahim. His first-generation American agnostic lawyer parents call him Abraham. But the 12-year-old kid with a blog from Brooklyn just prefers, well, Abe. Abe, a foodie who loves to cook, has never had a birthday
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