When Do We Eat? (2005 film)

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When Do We Eat?
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Directed by Salvador Litvak
Produced by Horatio C. Kemeny
Written by Nina Davidovich
Salvador Litvak
Starring Michael Lerner
Lesley Ann Warren
Jack Klugman
Shiri Appleby
Mili Avital
Ben Feldman
Adam Lamberg
Distributed by When Do We Eat? Inc.
Release dates
  • April 14, 2005 (2005-04-14) (Palm Beach International Film Festival)
Running time 93 minutes
Language English, Hebrew
Box office $431,513 [1]

When Do We Eat? is a 2005 American comedy film.

Plot[edit]

When Do We Eat? is the story of a dysfunctional Jewish family's Passover Seder. This is the family's first Seder in three years and the tension is high. Before the Seder, Zeke (Ben Feldman) slips his father (Michael Lerner) a pill that he believes to be a combination of ecstasy and LSD. As the night continues, the family releases secrets that cause fights but bring them closer in the end.

Characters[edit]

  • Ira - The father of the family. Ira manufactures and distributes Christmas ornaments for a living.
  • Peggy - A stay-at-home mother. Raises money for autism awareness.
  • Artur - Ira's father and a survivor of the Holocaust. Artur carries a suitcase wherever he goes in case the Nazis come and he has to run.
  • Zeke - A high school student who enjoys recreational drugs.
  • Ethan - After failing in business, Ethan becomes more involved in religion, becoming a Hasidic Jew.
  • Vanessa - A first cousin to the Stuckmans. Vanessa is a celebrity publicist.
  • Jennifer - Ira's daughter from a previous marriage. Types closed-captioning for a living.
  • Grace - Jennifer's Protestant girlfriend who is attending her first Seder.
  • Nikki - Nikki is a professional sex surrogate who assists men in getting over their fears of intimacy.
  • Lionel - An idiot savant, Lionel has a fascination of the number 7.
  • Rafi - An Israeli and a professional tent builder invited to the seder.

Cast[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • deadCENTER Film Fesival in Oklahoma City: Winner - Best Narrative Feature[2]
  • Napa/Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival: Winner - Best Comedy
  • Tahoe/Reno International Film Festival: Best Pick and Winner - Best Director
  • San Diego Film Festival: Winner - Best Screenplay

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