Cake (2005 film)

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Cake
Cakefilmposter1.jpg
Directed by Nisha Ganatra
Produced by Miranda de Pencier
Written by Tassie Cameron
Starring Heather Graham
David Sutcliffe
Sandra Oh
Cheryl Hines
Bruce Gray
Keram Malicki-Sánchez
Sarah Chalke
and Taye Diggs
Music by Andrew Lockington
Distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment
Running time 94 min.
Language English

Cake is a 2005 romantic comedy film directed by Nisha Ganatra.

Plot[edit]

The picture follows the life of Pippa McGee (Heather Graham) as she takes that giant step between 29 and 30 that involves growing up, becoming responsible and discovering true love.

When freelance travel writer Pippa comes home for a friend's wedding, she finds herself running her father's wedding magazine while he recovers from a heart attack. Not only does Pippa have to run the magazine, Wedding Bells, she also has to save it from the chopping block. Wedding Bells' future is at risk, as hungry vultures wait to take over her father's media conglomerate.

Pippa and her straight-laced father have never truly gotten along since her mother died. To complicate things, Pippa becomes involved in a love triangle with her father's right-hand man Ian (David Sutcliffe) and the free-spirited photographer Hemingway Jones (Taye Diggs).

Everything is completed by the cast of token friends, Lulu (Sandra Oh), Jane (Sarah Chalke) and Rachel (Sabrina Grdevich), who provide Pippa with the moral support she needs to get the job done, both in her love life and in her job as editor.

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