Dough (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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An old Jewish baker struggles to keep his business afloat until his young Muslim apprentice drops cannabis in the dough and sends sales sky high.




  • Jonathan Pryce and Melanie Freeman in Dough (2015)
  • Jonathan Pryce and Jerome Holder in Dough (2015)
  • Jerome Holder in Dough (2015)
  • Dough (2015)
  • Jonathan Pryce in Dough (2015)
  • Jonathan Pryce and Jerome Holder in Dough (2015)

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8 February 2015 | Randy-schiff
| The world kneads a movie like Dough.
The writer has lovingly braided a fairytale for adults that imagines a place where religious, ethnic and societal differences aren't dealt with violence but with respect, restraint and a desire for mutual understanding and appreciation.

An aging baker, an economically challenged refugee struggling to make a new life in a foreign land, a randy widow, opportunistic drug lord, and scheming business executive are tossed into the writer's mixing bowl.

As the yeast works its magic, we enjoy the dramatic conflicts and gentle humor director John Goldschmidt stretches, pulls and shapes from his cast. Jonathan Pryce (the Jewish baker Nat Dayan), Jerome Holder (the Muslim immigrant Ayyash), and Pauline Collins (the widow Joanna) deliver a perfectly browned Dough straight from the hearth and ready for your consumption.

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