Twelve-year-old Abe is an aspiring chef, but his family?half-Israeli, half-Palestinian?have never had a meal together without a fight. But when Abe ditches his traditional summer camp to spend time with radical street chef Chico, his mentor?s fusion cuisine inspires him to unite his family through food. Abe decides to cook a meal that will bring everyone to the table, but he?s about to learn that the kitchen can?t heal some age-old divides.

  • Apr 10, 2020
  • Comedy

Cast & Crew

  • DAGMARA DOMINCZYKActor

  • SEU JORGEActor

  • NOAH SCHNAPPActor

    Noah can be seen in a central role on season 2 of the Award-winning Netflix series "Stranger Things" where he portrays Will Byers opposite Winona Ryder. The series was nominated for various awards in 2016 and 2017, including a Golden Globe for Best Drama Television Series, a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (winner) and an MTV Movie & TV Award for Show of the Year (winner). He is also an honoree of Variety's Youth Impact Award. Noah will next be seen as the lead of "Abe", an indie drama that tells the story of Abraham, a 12 year old boy with a passion for cooking who has never known a family dinner without arguments. Directed by Fernando Grostein Andrade, the film is in production in New York. Schnapp's additional film credits include Steven Spielberg's Oscar winning Cold War thriller, "Bridge of Spies", as well as the indie feature "We Only Know So Much", based on the Elizabeth Crane novel. In addition, Noah also participated in the Sundance Director's Lab, where he shot the lead role of 'Henry' in director Brent Green's feature, "First Night on Earth." Most notably, Noah voiced the role of the one and only 'Charlie Brown' in the Fox feature film "Peanuts", director Steve Martino's new take on Charles Schulz's classic series.
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  • ARIAN MOAYEDActor

  • DANIEL ORESKESActor

  • Mark MargolisActor

    He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1939 and attended Temple University briefly before moving to New York where he studied drama with Stella Adler and at Actors Studio.
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