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It's Valentines Day, sweets are currency, and New Yorkers can't seem to get enough of their favorite Moses Donuts. Unfortunately, Stan Moses, the donut creator extraordinaire, is having a crisis of his own. As his agent pushes him to be bigger, and Valerie, the bakery owner, adds a surprise of her own, Stan begins to strain under the pressures of mass production while simultaneously trying to create hand painted masterpieces... one donut at a time. In his manic search for answers to life and love we discover that the solution to his problems may be closer than he realizes. Max, a self-declared sugarholic, might be just what Stan needs, and he, the answer to her addictions.Written by
Wholey Moses is a thoroughly enjoyable short. The story line is creative, the theme is adorable and the donuts are delectable. The audience quickly falls in love with the characters as we are carried on a sweet and sour trip through the ups and downs of finding romance in the big city. Do see it.
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