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Table at Luigi's (2010)

| Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
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A romantic comedy produced by the Feature Filmmaking class at the University of Central Arkansas, 'Table at Luigi's' is a modern-day fairy tale about David, 'Chef' to his friends, who ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Romeo Frank Romeo ... David 'Chef'
Rebecca Jones Rebecca Jones ... Emily
Chris Fritzges Chris Fritzges ... Stephen
F.E. Mosby F.E. Mosby ... Melanie
Jordy Neill Jordy Neill ... Ben
Rachael Small Rachael Small ... Teri
Len Schlientz Len Schlientz ... Jeremy
Alanna Hamill Newton ... Brenda (as Alanna Newton)
Bob May Bob May ... Donald
Dahren White Dahren White ... Agnes
Rachel Favori Rachel Favori ... Joni
James A. Harris James A. Harris ... Zack
Michael Dennis Michael Dennis ... Cass
Tammy Kammrath Tammy Kammrath ... Lisa
Abbey Fletcher Abbey Fletcher ... Young Joni


A romantic comedy produced by the Feature Filmmaking class at the University of Central Arkansas, 'Table at Luigi's' is a modern-day fairy tale about David, 'Chef' to his friends, who creates living dreams for people through his cooking. Chef has created a small, safe world for his customers inside his restaurant 'Luigi's,' until the night Emily walks in, and Chef begins to realize that the dreams he's been creating have locked him in his own dream world. Can Chef leave the world he's created? Does he even want to? Written by Anonymous

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A Magical Dining Experience



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Conway, Arkansas, USA

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Based on a stage play original produced in Southern California by the "StormSeekers Theatre Company" whose founding members are Brooke Aston, Joe Dull, Alan Harper, Becky Phelps, Addam Wesneski, Carolyn Wissink, and Ian Young. See more »


David 'Chef': It's magic.
Emily: Magic's not real. But there's something going on here.
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References The King and I (1956) See more »

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Charming & Funny
22 September 2010 | by kat-851-763074See all my reviews

Table at Luigi's is a great film with likable characters and an interesting story line. The food elements are beautiful, you don't want to see this film on an empty stomach! The fairy tale and magic elements made for an interesting twist, but in oder to fully appreciate the film you need to simply accept the magic and not question it too deeply. The score is beautifully written and recorded. I really enjoyed the light humor mixed with a deeper story line. Learning about how the film was made by the mostly student crew was very inspiring. It certainly doesn't look or feel like a film made on such a small budget. Congrats to the University faculty and students for taking on such an ambitious project.

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