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El caffinato (2011)

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Milo Beckett, a lovesick loner, must lead the caffeine-buzzed regulars in a musical showdown with an old-time foe, Dusky Dan Digby.
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Zachary Davidson Zachary Davidson ... Milo Beckett
Aiden Dale Aiden Dale ... Dusky Dan Digby
Emily Frachtling Emily Frachtling ... Pepper
Sarah Ivey Long Sarah Ivey Long ... Tight Pants Hipster
Miles Bonsignore Miles Bonsignore ... The Writer
Michael Mulaiya Michael Mulaiya ... Chess Player 1
Christian Straubhaar Christian Straubhaar ... Chess Player 2
Julia Hood Julia Hood ... Enthusiastic Hipster
Melanie Ungar Melanie Ungar ... Unenthusiastic Hipster
Matthew Hauser Matthew Hauser ... Puffy Vest Hipster
Liz Levitt-Bradley Liz Levitt-Bradley ... Enthusiastic Hipster (voice)
Rory Bradley Rory Bradley ... Milo Beckett / Dusky Dan Digby (voice)
Justin Solonynka Justin Solonynka ... Chess Player 2 (voice)
Rachel Kiel Rachel Kiel ... Chorus Vocal (voice)
Shannon O'Connor Shannon O'Connor ... Chorus Vocal (voice)
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Milo Beckett, a lovesick loner, must lead the caffeine-buzzed regulars in a musical showdown with an old-time foe, Dusky Dan Digby.

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A mug full of coffee. An earful of noise.


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USA

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English

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20 November 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Carrboro, North Carolina, USA

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Miner Productions See more »
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Awesome film!
21 November 2011 | by adrial-219-877296See all my reviews

Just the right mix of comedy, fun and music. :) Who would have thought that a Western and a musical could work so eloquently (without a trace of a horse)? But Rory & Crew really did it beautifully. The drama that was built up during this short film made it worth the wait (even though it was only a few minutes). For a first-time filmmaker, my hat goes off. If I were wearing three hats, all three would come off. The cinematography and the music was top-notch. And you can just tell all the actors had a ball making the film. And what a great villain! A bad guy that you just love to hate, am I right? So great to watch, especially seeing them take TOP SPOT at the Carrboro Film Festival on 11/20! So cool to be a part of the audience to cheer them on! Great work, all! Can't wait to see the sequel/Broadway version.


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