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When Do We Eat? is a film of genre Comedy directed by Salvador Litvak released in USA on 7 april 2006 with Michael Lerner

When Do We Eat? (2006)

When Do We Eat?
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Released in USA 7 april 2006
Length 1h33
Directed by
Genres Comedy
Rating58% 2.9004252.9004252.9004252.9004252.900425

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


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.


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