The Cake Eaters

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Overview

Actress Mary Stuart Masterson makes her feature directorial debut with this drama detailing the manner in which three generations of men deal with the death of the family matriarch. Evicted from his New York City apartment, starving musician Guy Kimbrough Jayce Bartok makes his way back upstate for the first time in three years. Upon returning to his hometown, Guy does his best to deal with the recent death of his mother while desperately attempting to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Miriam Shor -- who...
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Overview

Actress Mary Stuart Masterson makes her feature directorial debut with this drama detailing the manner in which three generations of men deal with the death of the family matriarch. Evicted from his New York City apartment, starving musician Guy Kimbrough Jayce Bartok makes his way back upstate for the first time in three years. Upon returning to his hometown, Guy does his best to deal with the recent death of his mother while desperately attempting to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Miriam Shor -- who has since moved on and found happiness with another man. Meanwhile, as Guy does his best to win Stephanie back, his shy brother, Beagle Aaron Stanford, falls deeply in love with Friedreich's Ataxia-stricken high school student Georgia, and their father, Easy Bruce Dern, attempts to rekindle his relationship with Georgia's grandmother Marg Elizabeth Ashley.
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Special Features

CC; Director's commentary; Cast interviews; Exclusive behind-the-scenes footage; Deleted scenes
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/24/2009
  • UPC: 025192020278
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Screen Media
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 52,504

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristen Stewart Georgia Kaminski
Aaron Stanford Beagle Kimbrough
Bruce Dern Easy Kimbrough
Elizabeth Ashley Marg Kaminski
Jayce Bartok Guy Kimbrough
Miriam Shor Stephanie
Melissa Leo Ceci Kimbrough
Talia Balsam Violet Kaminski
Jesse L. Martin Judd
Andrea Martin Babe
Elisa Pugliese Stacy
Technical Credits
Mary Stuart Masterson Director, Producer
Allen Bain Producer
Hopkins Smith Barden Casting
Jayce Bartok Co-producer, Screenwriter
Jim Black Musical Direction/Supervision
Barry Cole Musical Direction/Supervision
Suzanne Crowley Casting
Marina Draghici Costumes/Costume Designer
Darren Goldberg Producer
Lewis Goldstein Sound/Sound Designer
Billy Hopkins Casting
Joe Landauer Editor
Joe Laundauer Editor
Peter Masterson Jr. Cinematographer
Patrick Morris Executive Producer, Producer
Carol Morris Executive Producer
Elisa Pugliese Producer
Jesse Scolaro Producer
Colleen Sharp Editor
Duncan Sheik Score Composer
David Stein Production Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Cake Eaters
1. Coming Home [6:34]
2. Market Meeting [8:05]
3. What Happened? [6:55]
4. Lost Love [6:54]
5. Got Game [6:30]
6. Day of Beauty [7:33]
7. The Butchers Secret [6:35]
8. Tell Him [8:30]
9. Letting Go [10:28]
10. Guilt [7:07]
11. Making Amends [7:00]
12. End Credits [3:22]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Cake Eaters
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   Chapters
   DVD Extras
      Spanish Subtitles: On
      Spanish Subtitles: Off
      Director's Commentary: On
      Directors Commentary: Off
      Deleted Scenes
         Georgia and Violet
         Beagle and Easy
         Guy and Stephanie
      Cast Interviews
         Aaron Stanford on Kristen Stewart
         Bruce Dern on Kristen Stewart
         Jesse L. Martin on Kristen Stewart
      Behind the Scenes
         Behind the Scenes #1
         Behind the Scenes #2
         Behind the Scenes #3
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Kristen Stewart delivers an award winning performance in The Cake Eaters!!!

    The Cake Eaters is an amazing movie. Kristen Stewart plays a powerful role as a neurologically challenged girl. She portrayed this role so well, she should win an award. The movie ended a little suddenly, but due to the budget, I think it was an excellent job!

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