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Harry Levine (Al Pacino) is an aging author in Greenwich Village who fears that his best days might be behind him. Though he saw moderate success in the past, he's currently unemployed after losing his job as a restaurant doorman. When he calls his friend Jake Manheim (Jerry Orbach) to collect a debt, he also shares his latest manuscript, a story about Levine and Manheim's friendship, which leads to the re-opening of old, still unresolved wounds.

Cast & Crew

Al Pacino
Harry Levine
Jerry Orbach
Jake Manheim
Al Pacino
Director
Ira Lewis
Writer (Screenplay)
Ira Lewis
Writer (Play)
James Bulleit
Co-Producer
Anne D'Amato
Executive Producer
John Mollura
Associate Producer
Elmer Bernstein
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  • A New York story born out of the acclaimed Actors Studio, Chinese Coffee is a tragic, at times comedic drama that focuses on the themes of trust, betrayal and compromise found in friendships.

    March 7, 2014 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

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