Coffee And Cigarettes is a collection of eleven films from cult director Jim Jarmusch. Each film hosts star studded cast of extremely unique individuals who all share the common activities of conversing while drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes.
A coffee shop struggling to pay their debts, while at the same time maintaining their principles.
Three thirty-something friends band together when their carefree existence is threatened.
Most people think they know the "McDonald's coffee case," but what they don't know is that corporations have spent millions distorting the case to promote tort reform. HOT COFFEE reveals how big business, aided by the media, brewed a dangerous concoction of manipulation and lies to protect corporate interests. By following four people whose lives were devastated by the attacks on our courts, the film challenges the assumptions Americans hold about "jackpot justice."
In the town of San Miguel Tzinacapan, in Puebla’s Nahua Mountain Range, a family lost its father. His absence transforms the lives of those who were so deeply connected to him. Tere, now in charge of the family, must make money by selling crafts. Jorge is about to finish school and will soon have to choose his own path. Chayo, 16, must make an important decision. A year has passed, and the members of the family have been able to redefine themselves, finding their own destiny while always venerating their father’s memory.
Cigarettes & Coffee tells the story of five people's lives all interconnected through a $20 bill.
When Harry Levine, an aging, unsuccessful Greenwich Village writer is fired from his job as restaurant doorman, he calls on friend and mentor Jake, ostensibly to collect a long-standing debt. Harry solicits his opinion on his latest manuscript, a work of semi-fiction based on their longtime friendship. Although he initially denies having read it, Jake later attacks it on aesthetic grounds, and deep-seated feelings of betrayal and jealousy surface and lead to a traumatic confrontation.
In a vignette called "Strange to meet you," Roberto sits at a small table in a coffee bar. Five cups of coffee and two ashtrays are in front of him; he drinks and smokes. Steven joins him. They start a conversation about cigarettes and coffee. Steven likes to drink coffee before he sleeps, so he can dream faster. The conversation jumps around. "You know my mother?" asks Roberto. Steven describes coffee Popsicles. They switch seats; then switch back. Steven has to leave for a dental appointment he's not looking forward to. Roberto makes a startling offer, inspired no doubt by the coffee and cigarettes.
Molly has an essay deadline in two hours. Luckily Louie is there to provide coffee, which ends up giving her a heart attack. On the way to Heaven, Molly must decide whether to return to the person who misses her most, or give in to coffee.
Reading the future from a coffee cup.
Robert picked the wrong time to meet his soul mate! After being fired from his own father's company, he feels like his luck has run out - until Morgan enters into his life.
There is a ticket coffee shop in a small town. Kang Cherry is the most popular girl here. The town men are desperate to get their tickets with Cherry everyday. However, Cherry doesn't easily give into them and she's haughty. One day, Moon-sik moves into the town to live a quiet life. Cherry recognizes a man with money right away and tries to seduce him. Moon-sik who visits the coffee shop out of curiosity falls for Cherry right away and can't seem to get enough of her...
When a young coffee shop owner is threatened with repossession she must take a chance with life and love as she fights to save her business.
Todd's life takes a turn when his friendship with a homosexual causes everyone in his life to start questioning his sexuality.
Eleven comedic vignettes featuring conversations – some important, some less so – held in restaurants over coffee and cigarettes (how quickly time flies – cigarettes are banned in Russia’s restaurants now). The conversations are candid, and even veer into the territory of murder. In the final credits, the director apologizes to Jim Jarmusch, whose work (in the anthology Coffee and Cigarettes, which Jarmusch shot in pieces over many years) Oldenburg-Svintsov is clearly indebted to. Sex, Coffee, Cigarettes’s kinship with Jarmusch’s film extends to the fact that superstars play tiny roles in almost all of the vignettes.
A brother and sister, sitting in a coffee bar, bicker mildly about whose idea it was to come to Memphis and which kind of cigarette is fresher. Danny, their waiter, comes by offering refills; after determining they are twins, he guesses which is the evil one. Without a pause, he sits down and offers his theory about Elvis's twin. He drones on. The good twin finally speaks up, giving her own opinion. The waiter is unfazed. After his boss finally calls him back to work, the twins are free to resume their bickering amidst the coffee and cigarettes.
Rico (Johnron Tañada) owns the struggling coffee shop Kape Barako. The shop only has one regular customer, aside from a lady who orders nothing but ice water and leeches off their Internet connection. As a result, Rico is having trouble paying off his mortgage. He now has just two weeks to raise 120,000 pesos to keep the bank from foreclosing on the property. He tries a variety of things to raise the cash, even going as far as considering selling his body. Luckily, one of his baristas Jek (Miko Pasamonte) accidentally stumbles on a solution to the shop’s problems. A prank goes wrong and a special ingredient ends up making their coffee a real hit among a certain section of their clientele.
'Coffea arábiga' was sponsored as a propaganda documentary to show how to sow coffee around Havana. In fact, Guillén Landrián made a film critical of Castro, exhibited but banned as soon as the coffee plan collapsed.
As people pass by the busy station square, a man wearing a white shirt and a pair of black slacks is standing next to an automatic photo stand. Then a smart, good looking woman passes his side before entering a cafe. The man seems to know the woman. The man follows her in to the cafe. Just a short ten minute conversation over a cup of coffee, shared by the two.
For Hemi, a boyfriend in a protective suit would be an easy thing to deal with compared to her own problem: she's in love with a Coffee Vending machine! Of course, it all makes perfect sense once you realize that he's actually an ancient Samurai who wished to be reborn into an indestructible steel body. But it certainly makes the dates uncomfortable and somewhat prone to scalding!
Jerry takes his comedy pals out for coffee in a selection of his classic automobiles. Larry David sums it up best when he says, 'You've finally made a show about nothing.'
Han-gyeol is a smart young man who hates to be tied down to one career in his life. Abhorring the idea of joining the family business, he is ordered by his grandmother to manage a cafe. Unable to disobey his grandmother, he reluctantly takes over the responsibility of running a cafe and begins to immerse himself in the gourmet coffee business. One day, he meets Eun-chan, whom he mistakes as a boy, and learns the meaning of true love...
Ghahve-ye Talkh is a historical comedy series directed by Mehran Modiri. Three episodes are released at a time on three VCD or one DVD, priced in Iran at 25000 rials. The first set of episodes were released on 23 Shahrivar 1389.
Coffee House is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan, Park Si-yeon, Ham Eun-jung, and Jung Woong-in. It aired on SBS from May 17 to July 27, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:45 for 18 episodes. The early working title was Page One.
A gay web series about college friends confronting hot-button issues over a cup of coffee. When emotions emerge and personal secrets are revealed, the discussion quickly goes in an unexpected direction, ending in a funny gag.
Irish Coffee is a Canadian talk show television series which aired on CBC Television from 1969 to 1970.
Coffee & More is a Bengali language non-fiction page-3 series which covered all the happenings in Calcutta, Mumbai and Hollywood. It was one of the most popular shows during its run. ⁕Host: Pamela. ⁕Conceptulization: Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha. ⁕Title Music: Neel Dutt. ⁕Title Lyric: Srijit Mukherji. ⁕Title Song: Neel Dutt, Somlata, Arka Mukherjee, Ishita Chakraborty. ⁕Executive Producer: Aniketa Hazra. ⁕Cinematographers: Basab Mallick, Debnath Ganguly, Kartick, Rajeev, Saikat & Jishu. ⁕Editors: Rakyesh Tiwari, Amitabha Bagchi and Sushanta Chakraborty. ⁕Producer: Open House. ⁕Director: Arin Paul.
A condensed version of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee , including outtakes and excerpts from previous episodes and centered around a particular theme.
Gao Xing is a young lady often mistaken for a boy. Her dad left her a coffee diary after he passed ten years ago and she has always dreamed of following in his footsteps. However, the responsibilities of taking care of the family rests entirely on her shoulders and in order to pay off their debts, she applies for a job at a coffee shop that only hires male employees.
Cream in My Coffee is a television drama by Dennis Potter, broadcast on ITV on 2 November 1980 as the last in a loosely-connected trilogy of plays exploring language and betrayal. A juxtaposition between youth and old age, the play combines a non-linear narrative with the use of popular music to heighten dramatic tension and strongly anticipated The Singing Detective. Cream in My Coffee was awarded the Prix Italia for best drama in 1981 and Peggy Ashcroft gained a BAFTA Best Actress award in 1981. The play's title is taken from the popular song "You're the Cream in My Coffee", from the 1929 Broadway musical Hold Everything!
Coffee with Lahiru and Muditha is a popular Sri Lankan talk-show aired on Swarnavahini, hosted by Lahiru Mudalige and Muditha Wijesundara. The program is modeled after the Indian talk-show Koffee with Karan.