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The Glass Jar (1999)

A story of two men to have an insatiable appetite for arguing on any subject and pontificating on areas of which they have little or no understanding. The Glass Jar is a character driven ... See full summary »
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Cast

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Anthony Crivello ... Tony
John Kassir ... John
C. Thomas Howell ... Lanois
Steve Scionti Steve Scionti ... Paulie
Maurice Tubert Maurice Tubert ... Old Man
Myriam Tubert Myriam Tubert ... Old Woman
Kalena Coleman Kalena Coleman ... UPS Woman
Olivier Debray Olivier Debray ... Phillip
Pierre Dulat ... Jacques
Christian Aubert Christian Aubert ... Chauffer
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A story of two men to have an insatiable appetite for arguing on any subject and pontificating on areas of which they have little or no understanding. The Glass Jar is a character driven dark comedy that lets us stand back and watch two characters, John and Tony, set for us their well thought out opinions on everything from their deepest fears to the effects of Christianity on to the sport of hockey. In the tradition of "Waiting for Godot" and "My Dinner with Adre", "The Glass Jar" is a little more than a conversation between two men, It highlights the comic insanity of uninformed beliefs. Written by Anonymous

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argument | independent film | See All (2) »

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The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions. See more »

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Comedy

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 1999 (USA) See more »

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Sterling Pacific Films See more »
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Dolby SR

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Pinter's "Dumbwaiter" meets "Pulp Fiction"
27 January 2000 | by benk-5See all my reviews

"THE GLASS JAR" delivers snappy dialogue, interesting comic acting, and a twisting plot that reveals itself in a backhanded way to it's final explosive finish.

Anthony Crivello and John Kassir prove the perfect "Brotherly Antagonists" in Gil Wadsworth's new film about two 'down and outs' trying to reach self-realization, while attempting to 'execute' their bosses bidding.

All this, and a cute little "Doggie."

As seen at the "New York International Independent Film Festival." Destined for Cult Status...


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