Café promotional poster
|Directed by||Marc Erlbaum|
|Produced by||Sean Covel
J Andrew Greenblatt
|Written by||Marc Erlbaum|
|Starring||Jennifer Love Hewitt
Daniel Eric Gold
|Editing by||Demian Fenton|
|Distributed by||Nationlight Productions|
|Running time||95 minutes|
A good-hearted musician struggles to find a way to tell his beautiful barista coworker that he loves her, despite the fact that she is in a relationship. Meanwhile, regulars and customers at the café where they work have their own problems and encounters. A police officer keeps his eye on his wayward cousin, who owes money to a charismatic dealer, and a married man contemplates his relationship with a good-looking new acquaintance. However, one customer believes he is in fact the main character in a computer simulation of modern life, set in the microcosm of the café, all designed by a young girl.
- Jennifer Love Hewitt as Claire
- Alexa Vega as Sally
- Jamie Kennedy as Glenn
- Michaela McManus as the Movie Woman
- Madeline Carroll as Elly
- Daniel Eric Gold as Todd
- Cecelia Ann Birt as Earth Mother
- Katie Lowes as Kelly
- Hubbel Palmer as Avatar
- Richard Short as the Writer
- Khan Baykal as Colin
- Derek Cecil as the Movie Man
- Vaughn Goland as the Tattooed Goth Dude
- Gavin Bellour as Dave
- Clayton Prince as the Cop
- Adam Shapiro as Smitty
- Michael Satin as the Incredibly Tattooed Man
- Daniel McCaughan, J.D. as the Dancing & Computer Patron
Filming started on May 11, 2009 in Philadelphia and ended in June 2009.
In February 2011, Maya Releasing acquired the film rights for the US theatrical and home video release and foreign sales of Café.
- "New Song" by Birdie Busch
- "High Noon" by The Albertsons
- "Orphan" by La Strada
- "Butterfly" by Michelle Nágy
- "Flesh and Bone" by Andrew Lipske & the Prospects
- "Sorry Waltz" by Hezekiah Jones
- "This Town" by Emily Rodgers
- "Song For Tom" by The Innocence Mission
- "Mama" by La Strada
- "Firefly" by Mama Mac
- "Sweet Changin' Heart" by Andrew Lipske & the Prospects
- "Farewell" by Chris Kasper
- "When They Fight, They Fight" by The Generationals
- "Paperback Man" by Drew Pearson
- "Heron Blue" by Sun Kil Moon
- "Sing To Me" by Stephen Bluhm
- "Her Rotating Head" by Bachelorette (singer)
- "Gone Away From Me" by Ray LaMontagne
- "The Gun" by The Daily Parade
- "Tumbling" by Maus Haus
- "Alone" by Palomar (band)
- "The Air Between Us" by Palomar (band)
- "Slightly Under Water" by Red Heart the Ticker
- "Telegram" by Buried Beds
- "Bury Me Closer" by Palomar (band)
- "Poison" by Emily Ana Zeitlyn and the Weeds
- "Fully" by Teddy Goldstein
- "There'll Be Pizza in the Valley" by Little Ocean
- "Broken" by Chani Krich
- "Clover" by Ramona Falls (band)
- "Salt Sack" by Ramona Falls (band)
- "Home" by Marla
- "Not The Real Thing" by Teddy Goldstein
Additional Music by Christopher Brady
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- ""Café" on Maya’s EFM sales roster". February 13, 2011. Retrieved August 10, 2011.
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- "Category: Crystal Heart Award". Truly Moving Pictures. July 22, 2011. Retrieved August 10, 2011.
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