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The Bread Maker

Directed by Anita McGee
Canada, 2003 (fiction, 85 minutes, colour, English)
Also known as "The Breadmaker"

Film Description:
"Honey Reddigan is a celebrity at the Sweet Bea baking factory. She has just published her first romance novel, Carmen the Bee Keeper's Lover. Carmen, Honey's fictional heroine, is everything Honey ain't. In walks Edmund Goobie—a charming, commitment-phobic local TV personality. They begin a hot affair that quickly approaches relationship status. But happily-ever-after is not in the cards for this quirky couple. The affair comes to an end when they purchase a bread maker together and realize that they want different things. The monumental fight over the appliance forces Honey to change her life. She goes on a writing binge to complete her new novel, The BreadMaker, quits drinking and incorporates Carmen's self-sufficient traits into her own life."
-- Telefilm Canada (source)

Film Credits (partial):
Written by: Sherry White
Produced by: Jennice Ripley, Anita McGee
Principal Cast: Sherry White, Jonathan Torrens, Rick Boland
Cinematography: François Dagenais
Film Editing: Lyly Fortin
Music: Jody Richardson
Production Company: Kickham East Productions

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