|Genres||Comedy Horror Romance Short|
|Writers||Roger Sewhcomar (written by)
|Cast||Charlie Floyd Kenneth Maharaj Matthew F. O'Connor Angelica Sirabella|
|Plot||A Piece of Cake is a black comedy which concerns a surgeon's last ditch attempt to win back his ex-fiancee, despite the constant attempts at sabotage by his overbearing stomach. Norman recently lost his job as a renowned surgeon in tragic-comic circumstances. The upshot of his subsequent fall from grace also saw him lose his love, Rosemary, the daughter of the Hospital's Chairman of Medicine. Norman is desperate to win back his fiancee but has succumbed to an sensational bout of gluttony, propelled by his stomach which has seen him gain 150lbs in three months. Norman cannot say no to food. His stomach has morphed into a devilish personality with a sinister voice so commanding Norman feels compelled to obey its every desire. The films begins when Rosemary, against her better judgment, agrees to give Norman a second chance by accepting a lunch invitation. Norman is a nervous wreck preparing for her visit and his stomach's obnoxious and poisonous comments adds to his fractious state. Finally Rosemary arrives and is startled by Norman's obese presence and slobbish lifestyle, which has swiftly transformed him into a gluttonous beast. After some awkward formalities and the occasional nonsensical outburst it occurs to Rosemary that Norman may be borderline schizophrenic. Rosemary becomes upset and frightened enough by Norman's bizarre behavior to decide to leave. But Norman and his stomach have other very original ideas for Rosemary. What follows is a combination of medieval pantomime, dark horror and absurd comedy, that results in Norman accepting his fate as a life-long bachelor and slave to his constant cravings.... search for A Piece of Cake on IMDb|
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