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Trattoria (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 17 September 2013 (USA)
This funny and heartwarming dramedy set in the exciting San Francisco culinary scene follows Sal Sartini, a workaholic chef who must repair the bond he had with his son before he risks ... See full summary »

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Jason Wolos
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Credited cast:
Tony Denison ... Sal Sartini
John Patrick Amedori ... Vince
Kandis Fay ... Anna (as Kandis Erickson)
Lisa Rotondi ... Cecelia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Juan Carlos Arena Juan Carlos Arena ... Jorge
Amanda Averill Amanda Averill ... Paramedic
C.S. Boris C.S. Boris ... Shuttle Van Driver
Jon Bowden Jon Bowden ... TV Chef
Catherine Casol Catherine Casol ... Restaurant customer
Richard Conti ... Anders
Douglas Dale Douglas Dale ... Himself
Traci Des Jardins Traci Des Jardins ... Herself
Mark Estee Mark Estee ... Himself
Elizabeth Falkner ... Herself
John Flanagan John Flanagan ... Tourist Man (as John Flannigan)
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This funny and heartwarming dramedy set in the exciting San Francisco culinary scene follows Sal Sartini, a workaholic chef who must repair the bond he had with his son before he risks losing everything again. Written by Anonymous

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Life can be a lot like cooking, sometimes it just doesn't turn out as expected.

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

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17 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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Restaurantul See more »

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Lake Tahoe, California, USA See more »

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$650,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Phil's Dream
Written by Philip Geronimo
Performed by Benji's Revenge
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Great family drama played against the cut throat world of the high end SF restaurant world.
12 April 2013 | by aspat-657-447738See all my reviews

Great family drama played against the cut throat world of the high end SF restaurant world. Director inter cuts interviews with actual SF chefs (a la Linklater w/Bernie) talking about the tension/joys of the biz. This doc conceit actually amplifes the fictional father-son dynamic which lifts the veil of the food service industry to show how the it can both unite and tear apart the personal lives of the chefs. Food shots are awesome and show the craft/time pressure involved with churning out high end food night after night. Afterwards you will want you to either go out to eat someplace special or cook something lavish at home ... think Eat Drink Man Woman or Big Night


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