Café

Posted on October 20, 2011 at 8:13 am

Café is about that place we all wish we could find, a coffee shop that makes its customers feel at home.  Jennifer Love Hewitt plays the girl behind the counter who provides advice and support for the regulars.  But then a customer gets a disturbing message on his laptop that causes everyone to question the nature of reality and free will.  This touching and thought-provoking film from Marc Erlbaum is worth a look.

 

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