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Coffee & Pie

Country: USA, Language: English, 15 mins

  • Director: Douglas Horn
  • Writer: Andrew Stoneham

CGiii Comment

Beautifully scripted and played.

Precisely directed, perfectly visualized.

All it lacked was a final knockout line...one that would have conclusively wiped the smugness from her face.


Trailer...

Coffee & Pie Trailer from Andrew Stoneham on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

In this self-proclaimed anti-romantic comedy, yet offbeat love story of sorts, couple June and October are breaking up. Manipulative June feels her moral superiority justifies the breakup. A "confucked" October learns from seasoned waitress Billy-Jean, that revenge is a dish best served with pie. A sweet as pie short to be enjoyed by all.

Cast & Characters

Sophia Takal as June;
Amy Seimetz as October;
Karen Chamberlain as Billy