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When Do We Eat? ()


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A family's Passover gets screwy after the patriarch unknowingly ingests a hit of Ecstasy.

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Ira Stuckman
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Peggy Stuckman
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Artur
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Jennifer
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Nikki
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Vanessa
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Zeke
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Lionel
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Ethan
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Grace
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Rafi
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High Strung Client
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Santa Designer
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Talk Show Host
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Young Nikki
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Young Ethan (as Kane Richotte)
Arman Manyan ...
Ira as Young Boy
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Young Artur
Avshalom Katz ...
Cantor 1 (as Cantor Avshalom Katz)
Chaim Goldberger ...
Cantor #2 (as Cantor Chaim 'Erik' Goldberger)
Yehuda Solomon ...
Cantor 3
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David
Tania Godfrey ...
Ira's Mother
Candace Zuchowski ...
Ira's Sister
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Ira's Brother
Caleb Armstrong ...
Ira as a Toddler
Shlomo Schwartz ...
Moses (as Rabbi Schlomo 'Schwartzie' Schwartz)
Beth Ann Warren ...
Young Peggy
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Shaffer
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Ira as Young Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Shaffer ...
Hat Guy

Directed by

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Salvador Litvak

Written by

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Nina Davidovich ... ()
 
Salvador Litvak ... ()

Produced by

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Horatio C. Kemeny ... executive producer
Salvador Litvak ... producer
Amy Salko Robertson ... co-producer
Steven J. Wolfe ... producer

Music by

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Mark Adler
Eliane Delage ... (background music)

Cinematography by

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M. David Mullen

Film Editing by

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Richard Halsey
Ryan Kushner

Casting By

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Caroline Liem
Ronnie Yeskel

Production Design by

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Bernt Amadeus Capra

Art Direction by

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Kenn Coplan

Set Decoration by

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Anna Vogt

Costume Design by

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Carin Jacobs

Makeup Department

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Leslie Devlin ... key makeup artist
Cynthia P. Romo ... hair department head
Leah Vautrot ... second makeup

Production Management

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Heath Banks ... unit production manager
Steve Gaub ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Amy Armstrong ... first assistant director
Annette Hobday ... second assistant director
David Mendoza ... second assistant director: reshoots
Meredith Rose ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Chris Buchinsky ... storyboard artist
Peter Clines ... assistant property master
Tara L. Craig ... art department coordinator
Laura Diamond ... on-set dresser
Melissa Givens ... set dresser
Jordan King ... set dresser
A.J. Lekowski ... props
Jacob Novak ... carpenter
John Robertson ... leadman
Ryan Warren Smith ... carpenter (as Ryan Smith)
Sarah Sprawls ... on-set dresser
Zeev Tankus ... property master
Jesse D. Vogel ... paint foreman
Peter Flynn ... propmaker (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Paul Drenning ... adr mixer
Pete Elia ... re-recording mixer
Adam Fike ... post sound coordinator
Stephen M. Galvin ... adr editor / dialog editor
Patrick M. Griffith ... supervising sound editor
Kurt Kassulke ... re-recording mixer
Timothy Kelley ... utility sound
Steve McCarty ... sound effects editor
Matthew Nicolay ... sound mixer
Debby VanPoucke ... post sound coordinator
Stacey A. Washer ... boom operator

Visual Effects by

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Leslie Allen ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Robert G. Goodwin ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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James 'Keeper' Auld ... key rigging grip
Andreas Burgess ... grip
Brian Dawson ... assistant chief lighting technician
Keith Eisberg ... camera operator: "b" camera
Brad Heiner ... key grip
Marcus Lopez ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Vanessa Morehouse ... second assistant camera
David Mun ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Sean Peacock ... gaffer
Tony Perija ... dolly grip
Theo Pingarelli ... camera operator
Caleb H. Poynter ... electrician
Lacey Terrell ... still photographer
William Rick Young ... best boy grip
Fante Zamora ... grip

Location Management

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Stephenson Crossley ... location manager

Music Department

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Michael Boustead ... music editor
Allison Wright Clark ... music supervisor
Julie Eidsvoog ... music preparation
Stuart Wax ... music supervisor
David Carpenter ... musician: bass (uncredited)

Other crew

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Stephanie Furgang Adwar ... legal services
Leslie Allen ... main titles design / title sequence designer
Zack Arnold ... title designer: end crawl
Francisco M. Becerra ... production intern
Bonnie Belknap ... food stylist
Brad Bring ... production accountant
Matthew Clark ... coach
Carol A. Compton ... script clearance
Stacie Dekker ... key set production assistant
Adam Fike ... assistant to line producer
Scott Hyman ... assistant to producer
Patrick H. Johnson ... assistant to producer
Shannon Kenny ... script supervisor
Kevin H. Law ... production coordinator
Beth J. Linden ... production assistant
Suzanne Santos ... production assistant
Tyler Thornberg ... assistant production coordinator
Brian Young ... office production assistant

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Mark Blazer ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

When Do We Eat? is the story of the "world's fastest Passover Seder" gone horribly awry. It's about an old school dad who's as tough on his sons as his father is on him. On this night, however, one of the boys slips Dad a dose of special, hallucinogenic Ecstasy in order "to give him a new perspective." Meanwhile, Mom brings a handsome stranger to dinner and the kids take sides. By the end of the night, however, Dad's visions turn him into a modern day Moses intent on leading this hungry group to the promised land of family forgiveness. Of course they're all so stubborn, it would be easier to part the Red Sea. Written by THINKFilm

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Taglines Sex, Drugs, and Matzoh Ball Soup See more »
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Also Known As
  • Кога ще ядем? (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • ¿Cuándo comemos? (Argentina)
  • Quando Comemos? (Brazil)
  • Pazzo pranzo di famiglia (Italy)
  • Безумная семейка (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 86 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $134,006, 09 Apr 2006

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