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Feed the Fish

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:November 22, 2009
Running time:92 minutes
Cast:Tony Shalhoub, Barry Corbin, Katie Aselton, Vanessa Branch, Patrick Cavanaugh
Director:Michael Matzdorff
Writer:Michael Matzdorff
Distributor:Strand Releasing

Web Site: http://www.feedthefishmovie.com/

Description: Joe's getting burned out. Back when he actually wrote children's books, they were pretty lousy, and now he just plain doesn't write. His girlfriend is losing her patience with him, and the mid-life crisis is just around the corner. To shake Joe out of this funk, his best friend (and girlfriend's brother), JP pulls him away from sunny California to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, for the annual community Polar Bear Plunge. This affectionate comedy lets Joe cross paths with a colorful family of locals. Feed the Fish is a romantic comedy that celebrates the Wisconsin way of life through dreams, hockey, and lots and lots of snow.

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