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Coffee Therapy (2006)

When the hotel in town hosts a psychotherapist' convention, all of Darnell's former therapists happen to convene in The Daily Grind. He gets slammed by memories of twenty-five years of therapy and family conflict.

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Sam Post

Writer:

Sam Post
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Cast

Credited cast:
Monika Bigsby Monika Bigsby ... Lady in Therapy
Tim Campbell Tim Campbell ... James
Darryl Casper Darryl Casper ... Howard
Tammie Casper Tammie Casper ... Aileen
Dana Childs Dana Childs ... Doddie (as Dana Boggess)
Jonathan Coarsey Jonathan Coarsey ... Barry
Kurt Corriher Kurt Corriher ... Dr. Blazer
Erin Fanelly Erin Fanelly ... Corrie
Mary Ann McCubbin Mary Ann McCubbin ... Dr. Winkerbloom
Beth Porter Beth Porter ... Nellie
Alice Rich Alice Rich ... Dr. Dubinscott
Douglas Welton Douglas Welton ... Dr. Smithbar
Hank West Hank West ... Darnell Shacklebee
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When the hotel in town hosts a psychotherapist' convention, all of Darnell's former therapists happen to convene in The Daily Grind. He gets slammed by memories of twenty-five years of therapy and family conflict.

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A day in a coffee shop becomes a comic, charming, bitter-sweet journey through 25 years of psychotherapy.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA See more »

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Aroma Productions See more »
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Color
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At the Jazz Band Ball
Written by L. Shields / N. Larocta
Performed by The Firecracker Jazz Band
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Have you considered therapy?
17 February 2007 | by aripostSee all my reviews

Anyone who has been in a therapist's office really ought to see this flick. It shows the side of therapy that most films of this subject matter portray with a shallow, more slapstick approach, and makes it funny in a very real sense. Granted, they are very funny situations, and very much exaggerated by its lopsided characters. A grassroots piece of Americana, its easy to watch without loosing its edge. The humor is subtle and refined, the type that makes a person want to rewatch to catch all that they might have missed the first time through. Yet it does not skimp on its eccentric characters and outrageous moments which makes it fun, i.e. therapists who probably could use a dose of therapy themselves. This is a smart movie with strong characters-- well written. Give it a watch


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